READING CHALLENGE ~ January Jam Jar 2020

January

It’s ridiculous how time’s been flying by but.. here we are.. and here January Jam Jar is once more. Its third round – which is ridiculously crazy to me but.. I like. I very much like, haha. I hope you’re all ready for another year of monthly reading challenges, starting with this one. Time to get those TBR jars out, decorated, cleaned, dusted – whatever! Let’s get into the details!

January Jam Jar is dedicated to two things, being those readers who are able to use a jar to decide their next read and the books we really wanted to read in 2019 but didn’t succeed at. Putting those together, we get a month where we’ll try to use a TBR jar filled with the books we desperately wanted to have read by now!

Rules
◊ Post a blog post / Tweet / comment / whatever saying you’ll be joining me!
◊ Create your TBR jar by writing down the books you want to read during January on scraps of paper and put them in a jar / mug / whatever floats your boat!
◊ Share your list of books that you’ll be putting in the jar and maybe already pull out a book or two!
◊ If you’re sharing your updates on social media, use #JanJamJar so we can follow up on each other!

Important
It isn’t necessary to dedicate the whole month to my monthly challenges. I know a lot of us have ARC’s to get through as well, so simply trying to pick one or two books from the jar is plenty to participate! The more, the merrier after all.
And remember, it doesn’t matter how much you read. As long as you have fun reading.
And as long as we can tackle our TBR’s, bit by bit.

Are there books you already know you won’t be able to read this year but really want to get to in January?
What are you using as your TBR jar?

Nametag

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