I don't go along with the SCM cycle of history here. This our method, based upon the traditional cycle of reading established during the Babylonian exile and during the Hasmonian period; a cycle used by Messiah when He went to the Synagogue; adjusted to add-in readings from the New Covenant(NC).
We read through the Torah in one year, in 54 named portions, beginning in the autumn after a specific Holiday; in addition to those, we read from a matching Prophets selection, which were specifically chosen to share similar ideas that were written in the Torah; also, one or more selections from the New Covenant for that week - creating continuity throughout.
For Proverbs, they read one chapter a day; according with the days of the month. So my children read through the Proverbs 12x a year. In addition to the appropriate Proverb chapter for the day, they also read straight through a book from the NC-a chapter a day till they're finished, then they start a new book.
For Psalms, we follow the monthly pattern described here:
Job, Ruth, Ecclesiates, Lamentations and Esther are read yearly at their respective Holidays with which they are attached. You'd probably have to modify this to pick times to read these in the year accordning to your schedule.
I am trying to decide when to add-in the last four Writings that are left: Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Chronicles
So I can't suggest anything here.
It's very organized and creates the above mentioned continuity, plus a strong memory of the readings.
If you have any questions, just let me know.