I’m glad to say that the quota for this lazy Sunday has already been met, and hopefully, I can sum up a bit more to end the week with the sort of momentum that I should maintain for the next nine years, no pressure.
There’s still one task that I would like to meet before the day is done. It’s cool that this is the fifth day in a row that the quota has been met, but there is a matter of the weekly quota that has not yet been reached. Thanks to two very unproductive days to start the week, I find myself looking at 202 pages to cross the 1,246 page. For these task, I’ll bring out the big guns and the perfect Sunday read.
That would be the case of any volume involving Hellboy or the rag tag group of misfits known as the B.P.R.D. The history that graces the end of the day reading session is B.P.R.D: Vampire, written by the master himself, Mike Mignola, and beautifully illustrated by the dynamic duo of Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon.
This will bring close to the goal, just a bit short of the mark, but I’ll compliment with what will hopefully be the last session of Cormac Mccarthy’s The Border Trilogy. Those 1,040 pages will be a breath of fresh to this year’s total pages.
Off to read.
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