And thus begins my journey of reading for this the tenth year.
The selection for this year recurrent genre of literature is no surprise.
Around my 17th birthday I became hooked-on literature, before that I was on a steady diet of comic books, but my love for reading can be traced back to one book, in particular, Lord of the Rings.
It blew me away and naturally, I wanted more, so I went and found the next book to read which, consequently, was the Hobbit, the prequel to my beloved Lord of the Rings.
It only seems fitting to start this year journey with the spark that ignited this fire.
For this time I will read The Hobbit illustrated edition, with some breathtaking pieces of art by long Middle-Earth expert, Alan Lee.
Also for this year reading log, I started a new bullet journal, with some modifications to help keep track of every day without being a burden.
And lastly, year (Y-9) was a good one here is a quick recap.
Total Pages: 17,225
Total Books Read: 23 books.
Shortest Book: J.R.R Tolkien: Architect of Middle-Earth by Daniel Grota with 197 pages.
Longest Book: Apocalipsis by Stephen King with 1,584 pages.
Tomorrow I’ll post my first day of reading and some new photos from the latest exhibition at the Museum of Art.