About this time of year, I like to make a list of newlyreleased books to read during the cold wintermonths.

There are so many new and interesting authors releasing newworks each year that a checklist makes it more likely I will read some of them.

The problem is my P/R ratio: purchased-to-read-book ratio. Outof the many interesting books we all buy each year, we only end upreading some of them. Not counting travel or cookbooks, myAmazon.com order history tells me I have bought 51 books in 2017,but I have read just 21 of them. My P/R ratio is 2.43.

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