In my 2019 review, I wrote '[The Storylines map] will be my guide in 2020 too, but I am also wildly looking forward to Pascal Merciers new release and to read more Russian classics - I've been enjoying all of the Russian authors I've read this year. And hopefully there's still some time for one or two of the beautiful history books that are still on my shelf... I'll set my reading challenge to 50 books or 20,000 pages for 2020 - let's see!'
I started off working towards this goal quite well, with 11 books read by mid-March, 8 of which were on my storylines reading list (Nostromo, The Color of Magic, The Children of Men, The Call of the Wild, Cider With Rosie, Childhood's End, The Age of Innocence and Foundation.
But then the world changed. The library closed, so I could just finish the 3 storylines-books (All the King's Men and A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan) I still had at home, but the fact that I almost completely worked from home meant my main reading time (on the commute) vanished.