Cheers to that! I've been a sort of book-lover since childhood, even though reading often gave me headaches. Well I still get headaches sometimes, but since after college I've set a goal to read at least 20 titles every year .
I decided to push myself for 2012 and I hope to exceed 50 books this year (with at least 20 each of fiction and nonfiction). So far so good. ^_^ Since discovering the used books store (the one with good titles) last summer, I've faithfully read at least one book every week and am enjoying myself.
I just finished ...
a compilation of mysterious phenomenon published in 1982 by Readers' Digest (and not so mysteriously, some of those "unexplained" occurrences are no longer so these days).
I'm currently reading ...
The House of the Spirits by Isabel Alende. The first few pages are delicious.
* I started on The Brothers Karamazov, but I decided to shelve it until I could find a non-compact copy with larger print - I admit, my eyesight is beginning to deteriorate so I tend to stay away from tightly-laid out pages.
Next in line is ...
The Life of Pi,
How 'bout you? Any reading lists or reading plans you'd like to share? What about a list of recommended titles?
Speaking of lists and recommendations, I recently came across the the following on the NPR site:
And a final thought: After seeing the above artworks, I thought maybe I should employ my artistic skills in making my blog entries more visual. Actually, I've been thinking that for more than a year now, and it's about time I actually do it. It's not a matter of great importance, but I should I should.