(Y-10) reading training

With the readathon a month away, I must begin to get in excellent reading shape, 24 hours of reading sounds easy, but they can be brutal.

With that in mind, I will begin to push myself to read more often and for extended periods of time.

For this weekends plan, I expect to read at least 75% of the new current book, The Orc King, book number 20 of the Legend of Drizzt saga and the first of the Transitions Trilogy.

Some comic books, mainly a set of one-shots based in Frank Frazetta’s paintings.

And to top it of finish with a digital graphic novel, DC Comics/Dark Horse Comics: Justice League, from which the first story is Superman and The Predator, and the second one, which I’m reading, is versus the Terminator, I know crazy premises, but somehow they work.

As you can see, from the new reading list, I have finished The Two Swords and The Death Dealer mini-series, and I am glad to inform that the 17,000-page mark has been passed, 17,293 pages to be precise.

With these, I surpassed last years total, and with still 108 days to go in this year of reading I plan to, at least, sum up more pages than the previous two years combined.

So, I will begin to flex my minds muscles, and hopefully, I’ll have a great reading weekend.

Mr. Reznor if you please, let us begin the festivities with some music.

 

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

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