(Y-9) 91 days

Finally, after 89 days, I finished Apocalipsis by Stephen King.  A really interesting take on a post-apocalyptic society and the constant fight between good and evil.

Highly recommended.

With this,  I have reached 15,263 total pages for the year and only 961 pages to reach 200,000.

So I did the logical thing after finishing a massive book.

I went ahead and started another one.

At 1266, Jerusalem by Alan Moore, promises to be a harrowing descent to the haunted streets of Mr. Moore’s hometown, Northampton, England.

Also, I keep on chipping away at two other books, 17 to go in the reading list and little time to do it.

This week also marks the beginning of a new method, at least for me, of keeping track of my reading.

Inspired by Bullet Journal , this analog system is the perfect solution for me to keep update my information and have it always at hand.

Check their website in the link above, its full of really cool ideas and video tutorials to get you started.

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

 

 

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