Category: 2019 TBR Pile Challenge

The Final Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR

And so it ends. As we head into the final few days of 2019, I wanted to post briefly about the challenge and people’s progress, including my own. First, I’m sad to say that I will not be bringing the challenge back for 2020.… Continue Reading “The Final Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR”

November Checkpoint #TBR2019RBR

It’s November and the TBR Pile Challenge Continues! Folks, this is a RED ALERT. We are running out of time. With just 6(?) weeks left in the 2019 calendar year, I hope you have plenty of time available to finish your challenge books and… Continue Reading “November Checkpoint #TBR2019RBR”

October Checkpoint #TBR2019RBR

Happy Autumn, TBR Pile Challengers!  Well, it’s autumn here in the United States, but I suppose it is spring elsewhere. Anyhow, those are the two best seasons, aren’t they? So, happiness all-around!   I wonder if you might take a moment to leave a… Continue Reading “October Checkpoint #TBR2019RBR”

September Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR

Hello, TBR Pile Challengers!  I wake this morning to find almost 250 posts linked-up for this challenge. Bravo!  I wonder if you might take a moment to leave a comment this month and share your favorite book from this year’s challenge? If you’ve completed your… Continue Reading “September Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR”

August Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR

Greetings, TBR Pile Challengers!  Y’all! We have more than 230 posts linked-up for this challenge! How incredible is that? I hear summer is coming to a close; students and teachers are returning to school, and many are eagerly awaiting the autumn season. Count me… Continue Reading “August Checkpoint! #TBR2019RBR”

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