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  1. So, how is your reading going? Is it according to plan? Do you have a plan? Do you have a list? Do you set goals? Do you keep a reading diary and if so, how - paper, digital etc I keep a spreadsheet of everything that I read and I also keep a database (it's an app) of all the books that I possess, read and unread. It gives me all sorts of information that I have found geekily useful including that I have so far read 405 books and possess 605 books, so the gap between reading and possessing is closing and much faster than I anticipated. I am now happy with my reading rate having previously thought it too slow and am embarking on my 29th book of the year (at 165 pages it's a short story really) at the end of the 28th week. Naturally, not all the books I've read this year take a week but that's the average. I seem to be interested in strong independent women this year, having read 4 non-fiction books about the lives of 3 out of the 4 that I'd never heard of. I've also come across a lot of books through browsing the internet, not all of them interesting but some were. I don't have a plan or a list, choosing what to read from the books I have available (although I still buy books) and my goal is, as it always has been, to read more books this year than I did last year. Not sure how that's going tbh, I haven't checked. I am, despite the above, more interested in enjoying my reading and making sure that I read a wide breadth of material across a broad spectrum of fictional and non-fictional books. I have enjoyed what I've read so far and look forward to reading more enjoyable books during the rest of the year. I'm also looking forward to hearing what everybody else is doing.
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