Back in February I did a post on my 2019 book reading challenge, after last years biggest record of reading books of twelve in total. This year I wanted to beat that record by reading more books, and expand my interests into literature.
So how have I done so far?
Well, I’ve done a lot of reading so far, a lot more faster than I used to read. In fact I’ve noticed how quicker I am at reading books and how I’m more imaginative reading the action/ character developments.
Here’s what I’ve read so far this year.
- The Rats, by James Herbert
- Lair, by James Herbert
- Domain, by James Herbert
- Chacarodons: The Outer Dark, by Robbie Mcniven
- The Horus Heresy: Galaxy in Flames, by Ben Counter
- The Horus Heresy: Crimson Fist, by John French
- Nagash: The Undying King, by Josh Reynolds
- Legacy of Dorn, by Mike Lee
- Elric of Melniboné, by Michael Moorcock
- A knight and his horse, by Ewart Oakshott
Ten books read so far! It’s only month four of twelve and I’m already near over the record mark! I must admit I wasn’t sure if I could read as much book with enough enthusiasm and interest. But I’m actually enjoying reading books now that I’m using instrumental music as background noise when I’m reading, as well as setting daily/weekly goals to read a certain amount of pages.
I’ve still got many more books to read yet before the year is done, I’m now planning on setting a goal of re-reading books I’ve read years ago. This is a fun way of having a new perspective on books that I’ve read before, and learn things that I’ve missed out on my first read.
For example, I’m currently reading Warhammer End Times: Return of Nagash, by Josh Reynolds, which covers the first of five stories in the apocalyptic event that broke the Old World. Last time I read this book was way back in 2014/ 2015, so there’s been enough of a gap since I’ve read it to consider trying it a second read. Oh Mannfred, such an ambitious schemer and a fool you were!
Until next time!