2019 Reading Goals

Hello Humans! I know everyone and their mum is writing a reading goals post for this year, so I’ll try to keep this snappy.

Put simply, I want to read 250 books this year, the exact same goal as I had in 2018. I actually managed to surpass that goal, reading 288 books last year, but I wanted something that I knew for certain I could handle. In fact, I might end up lowering it to 200 later in the year if I feel so inclined.

If you want to follow my progress feel free to friend or follow me on my Goodreads.

Because 2019, for me, is going to be about quality over quantity. I want to write better reviews and, for me, that means taking things a little slower, giving myself time to process the end of one book before starting the next – you know – so 250 feels like a very manageable number to deal with.

So, what can you expect from Chaininteraction in 2019? Well, it will be quality over quantity, I’m going to stop doing Top Ten Tuesdays and Want to Read Wednesdays, at least for now, largely because they’ve started to feel just like I’m going through the motions. So the posts will be primarily reviews and they won’t be every day, but there will be a minimum of one review a week, most likely there will be around three reviews weekly. I’m going to try to write better, more helpful, more ‘insightful’ reviews as well and possibly delve more into taking my own pictures as that’s a skill I’d quite like to develop. I hope you’ll still read them and I hope that you enjoy them even more.

So here’s to 2019. If you want to see what my TBR looks like then be sure to check out the dedicated TBR page.

What are your reading goals for 2019? Let me know in the comments below!


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  1. I’m trying to do the same regarding the quality over quantity in reading because I want to write reviews too. I do an unintended/moody spree reading most of the time and I hit pause in that for this year.

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