(Y-10) 90 days…scheming

Today I Finished what turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise, I’m of course talking of Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O’Malley, it touches a few sensitive fibers, highly recommended.

With this book and the one finished last night by grand total for the year has surpassed the 21,000-page mark.

21,185 pages to be precise.

Day by day I am closing in on my total goal, and it gets me motivated.

This week my reading approach is going to be a bit different.

I am going to focus all of my efforts on finishing The Ghost King, and with this book, I’ll take a little break from the Legend of Drizzt saga to read a couple of books I had my eye on for quite some time, after this, I’ll resume my journey through Faerûn.

Tomorrow I will post my definite schedule for 24 in 48 readathon, and for my inaugural reading session I intend to start one of the books mentioned above, I’ll keep it a mystery for now.

I plan to have seven reading sessions along the weekend, each one will be focused on a particular theme and/or goal.

But the primary goal, besides having a great time doing one of the things I truly love, is to sum-up as many pages as humanly possible.

I am gearing up, gathering supplies and getting my eyes ready.

For now, I’ll get back to reading and scheme some more.

azr.

 

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