(Y-10) torn between two crazy ideas.

As you might expect some of my crazy ideas collide.

And well,I am torn between two notions that are the main goal for this year of reading.

Do I focus on my total page, around 96,000 pages for the year, or do I go for the gargantuan task of reading 100 books in one year.

Both are equally important task in my greater goal, but I know, at least for this year, there is only one path I can follow.

For now, I just keep on reading and wait to the right answer to present it self.

On another note, I just finished the first volume of Jason Aaron’s run on Doctor Strange, and did he delivered, I was reminded why he is one of my favorite characters and one of the most talented writers working on comic books right now.

And the art of Chris Bachalo, simply mesmerizing.

I have Volumes 2 and 3 line up and a long reading session with Drizzt .

Buzzy Sunday.

Happy Readings !!!

azr.

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