My confession to you all is that my Books To Read list is over 20 pages long. Typed, single-spaced pages. With separate sections including Young Adult, Fiction, and Nonfiction. With notations, like asterisks for books I'm dying to read. With words like "Buy" or "Request from Library."
Is that weird?
In my defense, my husband has books on the list, too. But . . . his Books To Read titles might total one page.
And I do go through the list regularly. But . . . I usually add more books than I subtract.
Sigh. I know I will never, ever be able to read all the books I want to in my lifetime. In the words of Lemony Snicket:
"It is most likely that I will die next to a pile of books
I was meaning to read."
Well, if that's the case then I better make the most of the time I've got and get reading!
Do you have a Books To Read list? How many pages is it? How do you organize it (Please don't tell me I'm alone on this!) Do you set reading goals? Participating in the 2017 Reading Challenge over on Goodreads? If we're not already "friends" over there, let's fix that asap!