I’m having a pretty mellow out Father’s Day.
Just had a few slices of pizza, a glass or two of Merlot, and of course some quality time with my kids, we are actually postponing the festivities so we can celebrate it properly, perhaps the next weekend.
The other thing is that I had some time to read.
And with that, I start to come up with some crazy ass challenges, on this occasion the task for the day is 400 pages, from which I have already passed the half-way point, 244 pages to be precise.
These are in part of my good progress with my current book, The Two Sword, and the fact that I finished the first volume of Gerard Way’s run on Doom Patrol, as expected a pretty trippy book, keeping with the spirit of the previous series by genius storyteller Grant Morrison.
So, to close-up the day’s challenge I will make some more progress on the book and try to read the mini-series of Death Dealer, based on the painting by Frank Frazetta.
With the tremendous creative team of Joshua Ortega and Nat Jones, I think it will keep me glued to my couch until the late hours of the night.
I think an early post with my final numbers is imminent, that is if I do not get betrayal by my own laziness.