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Zora C Penter
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- Joined: 10 Dec 2018, 16:19
- 2019 Reading Goal: 50
- 2019 Reading Goal Completion: 6
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- Latest Review: Gringo by Dan "Tito" Davis
Gravy wrote: ↑
09 Jan 2019, 23:55
I'm aiming for 50 books (though, if my reading keeps up at this rate (I've already finished 3 books this year, yay!) I'll surpass it).
I'm aiming low because I'm hoping to get to some of my longer to-read books (like The Divine Comedy
, and the second GoT book, etc.).
And, of course, Moby Dick
That's my goal too! I hope we both blow it out of the water.
- Lilimaster of Bookshelves
- Posts: 5537
- Joined: 17 Jul 2015, 20:19
- 2019 Reading Goal: 52
- 2019 Reading Goal Completion: 3
- 2018 Reading Goal: 100
- 2018 Reading Goal Completion: 100
- 2017 Reading Goal: 100
- 2017 Reading Goal Completion: 100
- Currently Reading: Me Before You
- Bookshelf Size: 462
- Reviewer Page: onlinebookclub.org/reviews/by-hsimone.html
- Latest Review: Love, Sugar & Cookie by Susan Marie Chapman
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Last year, I aimed for 100 books, but ended up barely making it up and felt unnecessary stress. This year, I've decided to lower that number to 52, one book per week. I'm not counting picture books or books I complete for OBC's review team. If I read more, then that's great, but I'm not going to stress out this year.
"Love is patient, love is kind." -1 Corinthians 13:4