(Y-8) 68 days

Again what great and relaxing weekend, but not so much for my reading.

This was mainly because I needed to put some order in my bookshelves and had some extracurricular activities, mostly of the drinking kind.

A was in need of some calcium

Books like this make any bookshelves glimmer with beauty.

In the reading front I keep working on three books. Dracula, Wyrd Sisters and The Book of Lost Tales Part One. 

And little progress, about 70 pages between all three. 

The main thing is that Tolkien’s book is a really slow read because of the deepness and intricate story lines that form the mythology of Middle-Earth.

I think that when I’m done with it everthing will be downhill.

So I have a little over two months to finish 20 books. A gargantuan task but I’m up for it.

The goal for this week is to finish Dracula and Book of Lost Tales and take it from there.

The day reeks of a lot of waiting time so I’ll take advantage of that.

Happy Readings!!!

azr

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