Through that list, I discovered this project. Mom's Toolbox's READ THE BIBLE IN 90 DAYS. It starts January 3rd, ends April 2nd. Essentially, you read twelve or so pages a day for eighty-eight days.
I personally am not a big fan of Bible Reading Plans. Not because I have anything against people who are more organized than I am. But because I am not
If you are looking for a "plan" to read the Bible, I'd suggest a chronological one. Reading the bible this way, helps the bible 'make sense' as a whole, as a big picture. It helps you see how the prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Jonah, Obadiah, etc.) fit in with the Kings and Chronicles. Knowing how a book fits into the "big picture" can help in your understanding.
© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible