How I did it:
There were two keys for me - keeping track and mixing it up. I kept a record on a tumblr I set up for the purpose, where I just posted a goodreads link each time I finished a book. I’ve previously tried to include brief notes or reviews, or have included other media consumption, but that has proved a barrier to staying up to date. Otherwise, I read widely and in lots of different formats - on my kindle app, in real book form, using audio books, and sometimes text to speech. And I was flexible about what I read - there were weighty tomes and serious non-fiction books, graphic novels, and fiction of all lengths. It all counts!
Keep going! This goal got easier the more I was reading, even as the length and seriousness of the books increased. As soon as I finished one book I started the next, and built up some unstoppable momentum.
Goodreads is a fantastic resource for reading ideas. Credit also to my bookclub, my local bookshops, and especially my local library.
There were two keys for me - keeping track and mixing it up. I kept a record on a tumblr I set up for the purpose, where I just posted a goodreads (read more)