To be honest, I don't keep track as diligently as I should. I did set myself a Goodreads challenge last year, for about 60 books - and I didn't officially achieve that goal BUT I'm sure I read more than 60 books last year. I just don't log them all in, and some are free novellas or too explicit for me to mention in my reading history.
As for my to-be-read list for 2020, I don't have any specific books on it. I just go with the flow, reading whatever I've recently downloaded, what my friends or favourite authors have released, or what catches my eye in the gazillion Kindle downloads. So far, I've read five novels, and I've beta-read a novella for an author friend.
Day 6: Blogger Background Noise (Music; Podcast; TV; Screaming Children; The Apocalypse?)
Silence, please! While writing or reading, I need it to be as quiet as possible. Even instrumental music or conversation in the same room distracts me from immersing myself fully in a story. And don't you DARE talk to me while I'm reading! ;-) I love listening to music while I design book covers or promotional graphics, though.
Day 7: Favorite Book to Movie adaptation of 2019?
I'm cheating and mentioning A Discovery of Witches because it's just so amazing (it started in 2018) and because I love the books as much as I loved Season 1 of the series. Can't wait for Season 2 this year!!!
Also, The Witcher was fantastic but I admit I haven't read the books or played the games. *hums Toss a Coin to Your Witcher*
Honorable mentions go to Can You Keep a Secret (book to movie) and to Season 2 of Big Little Lies (though it's technically not adapted from the actual book). I enjoyed Sanditon, based on Jane Austen's unfinished novel, but the first episodes were a bit meh and the ending ruined it for me. As for His Dark Materials and Carnival Row, I couldn't really get into these two though they seemed promising.
Day 8: Read-A-Thons: Yes or No? Do any in 2019? Planning to in 2020?
Nope. I'm often to busy with juggling three jobs so I don't join write-a-thons or read-a-thons. I do read every day, though. Wouldn't want to miss it for the world!
Day 9: Physical Copies or E-Books?
I'm a bookworm and I will always love paperbacks but unfortunately, living in Sri Lanka doesn't really agree with that. The local bookstores have a horrible selection, ordering books is expensive, and I read too many books to be able to afford lots of paperbacks. So my go-to is definitely ebooks, as a self-published author too. I don't have a Kindle, I read them with the app on my computer (reading on the phone hurts my eyes). I'm a fast reader in general and I've realized I breeze through ebooks even quicker.