(Y-12) another achievement unlock

This is shaping up to be an amazing year of reading.

I’m proud to say that my reading schedule is being fulfilled splendidly, in fact, I am 18 days ahead on my reading.

This weekend was really productive, I read the first five volumes of the amazing comic book series Locke & Key, and also binge the first season of the Netflix series.

Also, I had two 300-page days.

And on the heels of that, today I reached 250 hours of reading using the Bookly app.

I’ll keep pushing, and reading my ass off.

Off to read.

azr.

(Y-12) results of my week long readathon

This passed week was spent participating in the first Bookly readathon, you could either read for 20 hours or read 2020 pages.

I chose the latter.

It was a pretty productive, even though I could not reach the goal, I made some really good progress.

The other cool thing is that I finished the fifth book of the thrilling Star Wars series, New Jedi Order, now, all out war with the Yuuzhan Vong, slowly they are starting to gain ground, and a corridor to the Core Planets.

Now, I’ll turn my attention to the reimagining of two of my favorite mythologies, Mexican and Nordic.

I started off with Mr. Bowles book, which is published by Cinco Punto Press, an amazing local book editors of our sister city of El Paso, Texas.

Also, I’ll keep on adventuring on the mythical land of Azeroth, for this occasion I will be reading a trilogy by Richard A. Knaak, The Sunwell Trilogy.

For now, I am off to read, and to prepare a new post of my total progress.

azr.

(Y-12) In today’s reading

I am hoping to close down the gap left from yesterday’s reading, and reach at least 580 pages of total reading for the Bookly marathon.

In order to do this I’ll ask the help me of a very old friend, and one of the first series that got me obsessed with comic books, John Constantine.

Those are volumes 2, 3, and 4 of the original Vertigo series,written by the amazing Jamie Delano.

The second volume I finished yesterday, and right now I’m working on the third one, following a nomadic stretch of the infamous sorcerer of Liverpool,

I am off to read.

azr

(Y-12) Weekly Report, January 12 to 19

Another good week of read, over 1,300 pages.

Remember that I should be reading 812 pages a week to reach my goal of 43,500 total pages for this year of reading.

Tonight, I’ll start my Bookly Readathon, 2,020 pages are in front of me, and 7 days to do it.

For now,I’ll read, and watch the Championship games of the NFL.

azr.

(Y-12) Level up and the first Bookly readathon

I just reach level 22 on the Bookly app, this means I have used it to log 213 hours of reading.


The next level is 17 hours and 31 minutes away.

Right around this time of year, I would have been getting ready for the 24in48 readathon, but the amazing team of this now an iconic weekend of reading has taken a much-deserved hiatus to regroup.

So I had to look for an alternative to fill my need to binge read.

I found it in the first-ever readathon organized by the reading tracking app Bookly.

It is fairly simple, from Monday, January 20 starting at the stroke of midnight and up until Sunday, January 26 at 11:59 p.m., you can do two things, read for 20 hours, or read 2020 pages.

This obviously using the app to keep track of your progress, I chose the latter.

At the end of the week, you share your weekly report and have a chance to win the free upgrade to Pro.

In my case, I should start on Sunday, January 19 at 10:00 p.m., and read up until Sunday, January 26 at 9:59 p.m., this is because the readathon starts on an Eastern Standard Time zone,  and I am on a Mountain Standard Time zone.

If you are interested in participate check the blog entry from Bookly.

I am off to read.

azr

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