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Yesterday was a very good reading day for me although I did not make as much progress on some of the books that i had planned to read for this week.
- Finish A Clash of Kings (#2) by George R.R. Martin
- Finish Days of Blood & Starlight (#2) by Laini Taylor
- Finish Hollow city (#2) by Ransom Riggs
- Finish Monument 14 (#1) by Emmy Laybourne
- Finish King’s Cage (#3) by Victoria Aveyard
- Start A court of mist and fury (#2) by Sarah J. Maas
- Hopefully start A storm of swords (#3) by George R.R. Martin
- Start The beauty of darkness (#3) by Mary E. Pearson
hours spent reading:
Yesterday I spent 3 hours reading.
Today I have already spent 1 hr. reading but I am not sure if I will be able to read for another hour today.
Books I finished yesterday:
A court of Thorns and roses (#1) by Sarah J. Maas – read from Chapter 23 – Chapter 46 (reread, 5 stars)
November snow (#2) by Shannon A. Thompson (for review) – read about 200 pages – i should have a review up in the next few days or so.
Books I am currently reading:
I have the boxed set on my kindle and right now I am at 27%.
I was able to make a lot more progress with A Clash of Kings (#2) and now I have about 29 more chapters left to read as my goal is to read about 5 chapters a day. Yesterday I was able to read from chapter 22-35 and this morning I met my goal of reading 5 chapters.
I am hoping to read a few more chapters this afternoon but I am not sure how much I will be able to read as I have my college graduation this evening but I am hoping to make some more progress tomorrow.
Today I am probably going to focus on either: