Two Books A Week

So, Eden did a post about her Spring Break goals of reading a book a day. I’ve been slacking pretty bad about reading lately and I really need to turn that around before I get behind on my Goodreads Reading Challenge. Currently, I am 1 book ahead of my 75 book goal for the year and I see it slowly slipping farther and farther away from my goal.

I decided I must do something about it and in order to get well ahead of schedule, for the month of April I want to get two books a week read for the whole month. Much like Eden’s goal, this means I must get 8 books read in April in order to meet my goal. I’ve done this plenty of times before; the big difference now is that my commute to work is A LOT shorter so I don’t have the advantage of audiobooks for this goal.

I’m including a list of books that I will hopefully be reading in addition to our weekly book club discussion books each week, which you can see the schedule here. Another positive is all of these books are on my 2017 Beat the Backlist reading challenge, so hopefully that will really propel me to get these done!


  • Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater
  • The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons
  • Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
  • Everyday by David Levithan

Is there a book that you think I should get on my TBR ASAP??? I’m always taking recommendations. 🙂

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26 thoughts on “Two Books A Week

    1. I’m right there with you, it’s been a couple months since I’ve read Dream Thieves but I think it will be easy for me to jump right in. It always helps me to read a couple of reviews or recaps before I get into the next book if it’s been a while though!

      -Caitynn

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  1. A short but excellent book I would recommend is JL Carr’s A Month in the Country – only just over 80 pages, but exquisitely detailed, and evocative.

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    1. Thank you! There are so many great books on my TBR right now it was hard to pick just a few! I’ve been really wanting to read The Bronze Horseman for FOREVER now so it’s time to get on it! 😉

      -Caitlynn

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      1. I’ve just finished the Dream Thieves and you’re right, definitely better than The Raven Boys. Ronan just caught me completely and the relationship between Blue, Adam and Gansey – so complicated but in such a good way!
        I must get Blue Lily, Lily Blue out of the library now.

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