2023 Reading Journeys


My Decembers are always filled with enjoyable planning for my next year’s reading journeys. This December is no exception. I’m always so tempted by the many creative reading challenges that are presented to us in November and December, and I get excited and motivated to do much more reading than is humanly possible in one year. But that’s okay. I enjoy the planning and the dreaming and the camraderie of all those readers involved in these challenges. So I plan away.

In 2023, I’m planning on participating in most of my favorites: Adam’s TBR Pile Challenge; Meredith’s Japanese Literature challenge; my yearly Goodreads goal; the Classics Club; and my many personal reading projects. I’m also going to join a challenge that is set up to be a year of reading six of George Eliot’s novels, one chapter at a time! In the next few days, I’ll post about each one of these challenges.

Getting back to my reading is a real comfort right now, and I return to it with new perspective and appreciation.

I hope you are enjoying making plans for your reading for next year. And I hope you enjoy the journey…of both the planning and the actual reading!

4 thoughts on “2023 Reading Journeys

  1. Fanda Classiclit

    Planning a reading journey is always exciting!
    Though I know that I might not read them all, or most probably will change the titles along the way, it’s still an enjoyable activity, especially when one has just returned from a reading slump (for whatever reason!)
    So, have fun with all your projects, Robin! May 2023 bring joys to our reading journeys! ^_^

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  2. Jane

    You’re right, the planning is as much fun as the reading! I have a new Classics list to put together and my TBR list. I don’t think I’ll be able to join in with the George Eliot but I’ll enjoy following through you, what a brilliant writer she is!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Jane, I’m not sure how I’ll do with the read-along. I signed up for his Three Musketeers read-along last year but only read the first book in the series. But last year was an unusual year anyway, so we’ll see if I can stick with it.😊

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