September 2019 Haul/TBR Checkpoint

September 23, 2020

It’s time for another haul/TBR checkpoint post! In these posts, every month, I look at the haul and TBR posts from that same month one year prior and see how many of those books I actually read since then. It’s just a fun way to show some stats and hold myself accountable since I want to start doing a better job of reading my new books soon after hauling them!

Side note: I will not be counting library loans or Kindle freebies in these stats. I also do not count rereads in the TBR checkpoints.

TBR checkpoint

September was like… my smallest TBR ever?!

pie chart reading 40% read, 60% still on TBR

✅ read, DNFed, or in progress
 📚 still on TBR
💔 removed from TBR without reading

📚 Capturing the Devil
📚 Darkdawn
📚 The Ten Thousand Doors of January
Get a Life, Chloe Brown

haul checkpoint

pie chart reading 21% read, 79% still on TBR

And surprisingly enough, this wasn’t a HUGE haul, either! Too bad I read almost none of them. 😅

✅ read, DNFed, or in progress
📚 still on TBR
💔 removed from TBR without reading

📚 Tunnel of Bones
📚 Heathen, Vol. 2
📚 Teeth in the Mist
📚 Capturing the Devil
📚 The Nest
📚 In Darkness, Delight: Creatures of the Night
📚 When the Stars Lead to You
📚 Ghost Squad
📚 Rules for Vanishing

The Apocalyptic Mannequin
📚 On the Night Border
📚 Hex Life
📚 The Library of the Unwritten
📚 Rosemary and Rue
Together We Caught Fire
The Magick of Food
📚 Be Not Far From Me
📚 Docile

So, do you ever look back on your old TBRs and hauls to check your progress? Is it usually better or worse than mine? ? Mine isn’t great in this checkpoint, but I’m hoping these stats will get progressively better — partially because I haul less books than I used to in the average month, and partially because I’m trying to get better about actually reading things shortly after hauling them!


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    1. Love this idea! I don’t check My haul that way mostly because I’m a mood reader and there’s no way of predicting what I’ll be in the mood to read.

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