#MustReadin2019

For anyone out there with a To Be Read list that seems like it will never end, this challenge is for you! This is all about making your own personal list of books that you want to commit to reading in 2019.

10? 20? 30? more? It’s up to you

Books can be published in any year, be from any genre, and from any category: adult, YA, MG, Graphics, NF, etc. .  All that matters is that they are books you want to be sure not to forget as that TBR list continues to grow! These aren’t the only titles you will read over the year, but a list to help guide your reading. A list to lure you back to a reading path you have set for yourself. Many, many new books will tempt you! Go ahead and read them but having a list like this ensures you will not forget some titles you were determined to read. That’s the intention and spirit of this challenge.

It would be wonderful to have you join the community!

#MustReadin2019

If you would like to create and share a list on your blog, contact me on twitter (@CarrieGelson) or leave a link in the comments and I will add your list to the #MustReadin2019 lists below. Everyone is welcome! I will update regularly so if you are just seeing this now – go make a list! We’ll be waiting for you.

Three updates seemed to work best so we will continue this again. If you also leave me your twitter handle (if you are on twitter) I will send you a reminder. For those not on twitter, please mark these dates in your calendar. Update posts can be shared on or around these dates – just leave your link in the comment section of my post and share it on twitter using #MustReadin2019

Spring update: Thursday April 4th, 2019

Fall update: Thursday September 5th, 2019

Year end update: Thursday December 26th, 2019

Update posts are purely optional!

They can take whatever format you wish: highlighting your favourites, reasons for not reading, simply a list of what you have read, etc. You can search for #mustread2018 on this blog for update examples.

Ready for some inspiration?

Check out the lists.

Mine (Carrie Gelson) is here: My Must Read Titles for 2019

Kathleen Sokolowski joins us with a list of 24 titles: #MustReadin2019

Linda Baie (who has been making must read lists with me since 2014) shares her list: MustReadIn2019

Leigh Anne Eck has 15 amazing titles on her #MustReadin2019 list

Lisa Maucione has made a list full of middle grade titles and professional reads: Books I’m Looking Forward to Reading in 2019

Christina Carter (CeCe Librarian) joins us for a second year with these 16 titles: #MustReadin2019/My Reading Challenge

Kendra Limback is back with a large list and a new plan: Must Read in 2019

Kathie MacIsaac joins us via twitter with her list of 15 titles 

Jill Merkle has a great list made up of new release picture books and chapter books shared here: #mustreadin2019

Michelle Simpson is back with an impressive list of 36 titles: Must Read in 2019

Aaron Cleaveley has 64 titles on his list! 64 on his list of intentions (realistically to try and read most but not all): Must Read in 2019

Crystal Brunelle always has wonderfully diverse lists to share: #MustReadin2019

Nancy Castaldo joins us via twitter with this list of 10 titles: #MustReadin2019

Cheriee Weichel has a huge and interesting list broken into fiction and nonfiction titles: Reading Goals for 2019

Michele Knot is back with one book a month (great system!). Here is her list: #mustreadin2019

Carrie Pearson joins us via twitter with this inspired list: #MustReadin2019  Can you guess her theme?

Jennifer Green is back for year two! Her list is here: #MustReadin2019

Elisabeth Ellington made her list again by  a brilliant method – crowdsourced from the other #MustRead lists: #MustReadin2019: The List

Shaye Miller joins us for the first time with this list: #MustReadin2019

Shelly Moody joins us again with these 12 titles: Must Read Titles for 2019

Kellee and Ricki from Unleashing Readers are back with both of their lists shared here: Kellee and Ricki’s #MustReadin2019 lists

Ramona Behnke is back with 12 wonderful titles: #MustReadin2019

Akilah who blogs at The Englishist is back this year with 15 titles: #MustReadin2019

Trina Haase joins us for the first time with this list: #Mustreadin2019: My List

 Michelle Olson joins us this year with this list: My Must Read List 2019

 

 

 

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