Daily Journal: April 20, 2023

Yesterday’s reading hit the perfect mark, not as rambunctious as the day before, but 234 total pages are the perfect result for a busy weekday. Coming into the 4th day of the week, my goal for the week is still well within reach, 396 pages in what’s left off today, and the whole weekend, a walk in the park.

The other two pending goals are a different story. To balance out the past weeks surplus pages, I still have 1,194, a bit more challenging than the simple week quota. Now, for the whole monthly quota, there’s still 2,096 pages left, a bit more manageable, but still quite the gargantuan task to undertake in the 10 days left on the month.

As always, I have my contingency plan all work out for today’s last session in the company of volume seventeen of the Manga series Berserk, I’m coming to the last consecutive number of the series, there’s the issue of not finding a reprint of volume twenty, so sadly there’s only three more volumes before I’ll have to shelf it until that coveted number is reprinted, let’s hope it wouldn’t be another two years of waiting.

But instead of focusing on the bad, I’ll redirect my attention. Once volumes 17, 18, and 19 of Berserk are on my read column to continue the long trek thru the fifty volumes of Fairy Tail, currently on volume 12. Let’s see what misadventures our heroes from these particular wizard guild get into.

The one part that has been neglected enormously is my progress with my current book, The Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb. I’ll work it to integrate more reading sessions exclusively to get some rhythm going. I’m still on the fence about what to read next, maybe continue with the two other books from Robin Hobb’s Trilogy, or jump into A.P. Beswick’s Levanthria Series.

Let’s see how things play out.

Off to read.


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