Started 4 years ago (2015-04-05T08:00:00Z).
Ended 3 years ago (2015-12-31T08:00:00Z).

The goal is to read 20+ books by the end of the year! Best way to achieve this goal is to read at least a little everyday.

For this streak it can be anything - that manga you've been dying to read, comic books gathering dust, or working through that huge to-do list.

Just read something !!

Recent submissions (59 total)

Didn't have much time at lunch, but I was able to read for 15 minutes.

Read for 45 minutes at lunch.

Read for 20 mins on the beach. Rents is goin cold turkey at his parents place.

I need to get better about posting.

Last night, I read some Power of Now to unwind in bed.

Today at lunch I read Trainspotting for an hour.

Messed up with the posting. I have read everyday but yesterday since 6/27. Meh, no bother.

Today, Monday: I read for an hour. Still on the 3rd chapter, Kicking Again. Made it to the section where rent meats Dianne's parents.

Saturday: I felt that I needed the clarity, so I read the first chapter of power of now, discussing the place of no-mind & creativity. I've also been meditating to a guided practice narrated by the author, Eckart.

45 mins at lunch. Covered Begbie's bar fight, Rent's Scott monologue, and Tommy's concert tickets.

Read another 45 mins at lunch today. Just finished the chapter with baby Dawn.

I couldn't find my place, but since I've been on-again, off-again reading this book for more than a year, I figured I should just restart. Read for 45 mins on my lunch break today.

Read for half an hour on my lunch break. Now on the start of chapter 2.

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 10)

Reading The Emperor's Blade, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 14)

Reading The Alloy of Law, by Brandon Sanderson (at page 27)

Finished reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (currently on chapter 10)

Reading The Emperor's Blade, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 11)

Started reading The Alloy of Law, by Brandon Sanderson


Reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell (at page 65)

Started reading Y: The Last Man vol. 2

Reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell (at page 54)

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 9)

Reading The Emperor's Blade, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 9)

Reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell (at page 50)

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 8)

Reading The Emperor's Blade, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 8)

Reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell (at page 21)

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 7)

Reading The Emperor's Blade, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 7)

Started reading The Easy Way to Write Short Stories That Sell, by Rob Parnell

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 6).

Reading The Emperor's Blades, by Brian Staveley (finished chapter 5)

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (finished chapter 5).

Reading The Emperor's Blades, by Brian Staveley (currently at chapter 3)

Finished reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages, by Brandon Sanderson.

Reading Watchmen, by Alan Moore (currently on chapter 5).

Started reading The Emperor's Blades, by Brian Staveley

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson (currently at 90%)

Finished reading Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, by Rorke Denver

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages, by Brandon Sanderson (currently at 78%)

Also reading Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, by Rorke Denver (currently on chapter 13)

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages, by Brandon Sanderson (currently at 69%)

Reading Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior, by Rorke Denver (currently on chapter 11)

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages (currently at 63%)

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson (currently on 58%)

Started reading The World of Thedas vol. 1, by David Gaider (and other authors)

Reading Mistborn: The Hero of Ages, by Brandon Sanderson (currently on 48% of the book).

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