I’m reading the Bible in a Year published by the Augustine Institute. I got the book last November and started reading then. The Bible text is specified for each calendar day. There are one or two Old Testament sections and a New Testament selection. You can read all three selections for a date, or spread the readings over three years, reading all the #1 selections one year, the #2 selections the second year, etc.
I’m reading all the daily selections, which takes about 20-25 minutes (4 pages). Sometimes I go to another Bible to get the footnotes for some verses. I didn’t keep a notebook of special verses I wanted to remember, which I should have done. I have made a very few notes on those blank pages at the end of the book.
Twice so far, I read two days’ worth of readings, in case I had to skip a day.
The downside for me is that I’m not remembering what I read previously. I got through the four gospels without feeling that I had actually read them, because they were spread over so many days.
Augustine Institute added a commentary after each daily section, always ending with some challenge about that day’s reading.
I read silently, but there may be some value to reading aloud. There are some surprisingly boring sections, such as the 9 chapters of genealogies in 2 Chron. which I don’t remember from the last time I read through the Bible. I’m at around page 1050 of 1392.
There are so many insights about the Bible that I get only from commentaries, not just from a reading like this. Such as Psalm 50 is about sin, Psalm 100 about forgiveness, and Psalm 150 about Thanksgiving (but I haven’t checked that out for sure). So, there’s structure to the books that doesn’t always jump out.