(Y-11) flowing some more (Day 17 of 31)

17 of 17, I would have never imagined it, but it is looking up.

Yesterday’s total was 153.

If I can keep these numbers up, by the end of December, I could reach 7,000 pages.

Right now my total for the year is 5,559 pages, yesterday, this sum was reached thanks to the first volume of the haunting series Bedlam, a delusional serial killer with a mask fetish, yeah, freaky things.

As with other Horror series, this is not for the easily shocked.

On the book front, I made some headway, currently on page 537, still my plan to finish the first and second volume of The Malazan Book of the Fallen by the end of the year stands, it just a bit more complicated each passing day.

Tonight I’ll close my reading session with a little more of The Malaz Empire and a bit of serial killer hunter Cassie Hack, from which I started reading the first Omnibus.

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

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