(Y-9) Tick, Tock the clock goes (aka the 60 day march)

Well, here I am, staring down the last 60 days of this year of reading.

And a long ass road to get where this project must be.

So, here is the current reading situation.

I have read 21 of the 36 proposed books. Not that bad.

In the page count, I have 15,942 of the 27,300 minimal progress to deem this year a productive one.

That gives me 11, 358 pages to tackle.

One of the positive things of my final count is that I’m only 282 pages short to reach 200,000. This means that I have some celebratory wine and pizza on the horizon, this is a tradition with my wife, it all started when I read the first 100,000.

In the meantime, I have about 190 pages to read per day and a whole lot of caffeine in my future.

As my bullet journal can tell it’s has been a bloody awful time (pun intended).

 

I’ll start with the three currently in my reading pile, Jerusalem by Alan Moore, México Mutilado by Francisco Martin Moreno and Star Wars: Tyrant’s Test by Michael P. Kube-McDowell.

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And one final thing.

I have never been so motivated to take this journey.

Thanks for listening.

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

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