A Bookworm

“The best advice I ever got was that
knowledge is power and to keep reading.”
David Bailey

Good Reads Goal

We are a little more than half way through 2015 and already I’ve read 53 books out of the 100 I promised myself I’d read this year. That’s 4 more books than I read for the entire 2014 year.

At the rate I’m reading I’m sure by the end of the year, I will have easily read over 100 books.

Originally I wanted to read just the classic novels, but I find I’m reading a variety of genres and authors.

I’ve surprised myself how much I’m turning into a bookworm.

Shine On

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10 thoughts on “A Bookworm

    • That’s a difficult question to pick just ten. But, here’s the top ten: Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doer, War Dogs by Rebecca Frankel, On Writing by Stephen King, Night by Night by Dennis Lehane, East of Eden by John Steinbeck, The Global War on Morris by Steve Israel, Rewrites by Neil Simon, Large Than Life by Jodi Picoult, and Small Victories by Anne Lamott. I can add a few more, but that’s just some of my top ten so far.

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  1. Nothing wrong with being a bookworm… Embrace it young Eagle. That’s quite a large amount of books, congrats 🙂 I’m a writer myself, and I’d love it if you took the time to check out my small blog. Atm its mainly short stories and a bit of poetry, but I’m working on a novel (Prologue is on my blog). Feel free to check it out, keep blogging and have a good day 🙂

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