What I’m reading in Q3
Last week I shared that I was working on my quarterly goals. I rock at daily to-do lists. However longer term goal planning has always been a struggle for me. This year instead of trying to set yearly goals, I’ve been working on quarterly goals. It isn’t perfect, but it’s actually helping me make some progress!
One area I set a goal in is reading. Reading is such an important part of my life and I read a lot. The problem is I’m not very intentional with what I read. My goal in over the next three months (Q3) is to read thirteen books. And for fun, I mapped out what I’m hoping to read. Want to know what the plan is?
Books for upcoming Facebook Parties
I love hosting Facebook Launch Parties for authors. I read the book for each party I host so that I can customize the party around the book’s main themes. I have three Facebook Party books over the next three months that I’ll be reading for. If more authors ask for parties, these books always take priority for me.
Penne Murder by Catherine Bruns
Molded 4 Murder by JC Eaton
Remembering the Dead by Elizabeth J. Duncan
Non cozy mysteries
I always have such good intentions of reading books from other genres but I often put them on the back burner in favor of more cozies. I’m hoping to read one non-cozy a month. True confession: if there is a part of the goal I’m most worried about achieving, it is this part right here.
Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt
Do It Scared by Ruth Soukup
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do by Amy Morin
Books I’ve committed to reviewing
There are so many great new releases out there. I’ve committed to reading and reviewing several in the coming months.
A Charming Misfortune by Tonya Kappes
Something Borrowed, Something Mewed by Bethany Blake
Let’s Fake a Deal by Sherry Harris
Toxic Toffee by Amanda Flower
Just because I want to
I’m rounding out my reading with some books I’ve just really wanted to read for various reasons.
Protocol by Kathleen Valenti
Poirot Loses a Client by Agatha Christie
Murder and Mayhem on Ohio’s Rails by Jane Ann Turzillo
Still Life by Louise Penny
And there you have it!
My reading goals for Q3 of 2019. I’ll try to keep you posted at the top of each month on how I’m doing. Nothing like a little accountability, right?