(Y-12) Results of the weeklong #StayAtHomeReadathon

I hope everyone is safe and healthy.

Yesterday was the last day of the weeklong #StayAtHomeReadathon organized by the reading tracking app Bookly.

The task was to read 25 hours between April 13 and April 19.

That’s about 3.5 hours per day.

Needless to say, I didn’t got quite got to there, but 18 hours reading is not such bad way to pass the week.

On those 1,685 total pages are more than amazing.

This days I’ll try to finish another book, and keep on chipping away at those pages.

Tomorrow I’ll post my progress.

Keep safe.

Keep healthy.

For now, I am off to read.

azr.

The final day of Bookly’s #StayAtHomeReadathon

I hope everyone is safe and healthy.

Today is the final day of the week-long readathon using the amazing Bookly reading app.

As I stated in my last post, the objective was to read 25 hours between April 13 and April 19, as I enter the final day of reading my task still has a little under 8 hours to go.

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Yesterday was a really good day of reading, 441 total pages, and I finished a couple of classic DC Comics storylines, Zero Hour and Flashpoint.

And today I’ll continue my adventure thru the DC Comics Multiverse, now it is the time for Batman/Flash: The Button, and Doomsday Clock.

Also, I finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and I have to say that it blew me away, I didn’t think it was going to be so good, it was such the case that I read it in one day.

Now I’ll focus on Guillermo del Toro’s novelization of The Shape of Water.

Stay safe.

Stay healthy.

For now, I am off to read.

azr.

(Y-12) Third day of the Bookly #stayathomereadathon and the revisiting of some old friends

Hope everyone is keeping safe and healthy.

I am participating on the Bookly latest readathon, a pretty good way to pass this hard times, a bit of light in all of this darkness.

The main goal is to read 25 hours between April 13 to April 19.

So far I have read

Monday 2 hours and 42 minutes

Tuesday 1 hour and 27 minutes

And today, so far, I have read 1 hour and 24 minutes.

That gives me a total of 5 hours and 33 minutes.

Not bad.

Hopefully, I’ll finish the day over 7 hours.

Now for the important part, what I am reading.

I am about to finish The Night of the Hunter, the 25th book of the Legend of Drizzt saga, it’s always a pleasure be back at Faerûn.

I will start the next volume, Rise of the King, this alongside the novelization of the Academy award winning movie The Shape of Water, directed by the amazing Guillermo del Toro.

In the comic book/graphic novel front, I’ll be revisiting some classic DC comics storylines, Zero Hour and Flashpoint.

This as a prelude to read to some events that I haven’t got around to see, The Button and Doomsday Clock.

I have a lot of great material ahead, and a great challenge to tackle.

For now, I am off to read.

Keep safe and healthy.

azr.

(Y-12) Achievement unlocked, a big one.

I have reach another goal on my journey thru reading while using the Bookly app.

30,000 pages read using the app, sounds ease but it is a whopper of an achievement.

These is the highest challenge for pages read on the app.

I have still have some really hard ones to unlocked, like number of books, hours read, and reading streaks.

For now, I am off to read.

azr.

(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

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