This document led me to the website where I can obtain the Scripture readings for the point in time of the triennial cycle of your choosing. Since I will start the triennial cycle again on Nisan 1 next month, I decided to do the last month's readings which start at Deut. 31:14. Here is that website:
Just click on the link for "Weekly Reading Calendars" and fulfill the mitzvah to "meditate on His law day and night." Joshua 1:8 and Psalm 1:2
This calendar offers the weekly Torah reading plus the Haftorah, Psalm, and Apostolic reading. Is this a Bible-in-a-Year reading schedule? No, which if you are led to do that instead, great! It's about reading His word that is so important. If that's what you like and are on the yearly Torah reading schedule, then click here:
This schedule, if you are on the yearly Torah plan, will give you a way to complete the entire Bible, instead of just isolated texts. My feeling would be to all corporately do the yearly, but I like the smaller doses of the Torah portions so I can meditate further on what it says and actually absorb the material. If I read it too fast it is harder to implement the change of my life to the words read. Either way, I pray the Word soaks into your being and transforms you!
Update: Since adopting a schedule, I kinda modified my original take on the whole matter. I'm now reading the triennial portions, plus dividing the weekly readings for the yearly into the current Torah portion. Just do as He leads you. I'm glad to hear my children connecting what they have learned in the Torah into their hearing of the Book of Revelation. They can grasp concepts others can't because they have the Torah definitions like "clean" and "unclean" birds, the construct of the tabernacle, etc. For them the Scriptures are not choppy and confusing, it is one fluid text with no contradictions, praise Yah!