(Y-11) keep the flow going( day 6 of 31)

Right now I am at the final stretch of Doctor Strange Epic Collection: Afterlife, by my estimation it should be done by tonight.

On the book front, I had a bit of progress in the morning and I will try to read a bit more to close out the night. Currently on page 334 of 627.

And finally, concerning my goal for this month, I am glad to inform that once again the goal was met, 158 pages for yesterday’s session.

I have a bit of the night still left, let’s make the best of it.

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

(Y-11) Go with the flow (day 4 of 31)

As the fourth day of December nears its end, I am glad to announce that my streak is alive and well.

As mentioned in the last post this December, I plan to read at least the minimum average for the day of reading, that is 146 pages to read 53,000 total pages for this year of reading.

So far the days have fare like this:

  • December 1st– 146 pages
  • December 2nd-146 pages
  • December 3rd-158 pages

And so far the 4th day has had a pretty decent session of The Gardens of the Moon, and it will continue with Kick-Ass Volume 3 and Doctor Strange Epic Collection: Afterlife, in which, I just enter a story-arc written by one of my favorite authors, Warren Ellis.

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Now back to Genabackis to face down a horde of treacherous Mages.

Happy Readings!!!

azr.

 

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