2011 Reading Challenge > Patrick's Challenge

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message 1: by Gavin (new)

Gavin That's a lot! and we're already 5 mo into the yr. 148 to go. almost a book a day.

message 2: by [deleted user] (new)

That's an impressive goal for an author. I'm thinking of raising mine to 300 but then again I don't write ;)

message 3: by Natasa (new)

Natasa Holy. Crap. Um, good job.

message 4: by Carola (new)

Carola Garam Wow. You were serious when you set up your goal to 150 books. You're fast!

message 5: by Celine (new)

Celine Whoa. I've heard a lot of authors don't find the time to read themselves any more, but I'm glad to see you aren't one of them

message 6: by Nan (new)

Nan Congratulations!

message 7: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth Felt Do you count Dr. Seuss books?

message 8: by Teri (new)

Teri Wow, seriously? I am in awe.

[Name Redacted] I've been including graphic novels, but unfortunately the amount of academic literature I have to read has kept me from really enjoying my goal this year.

message 10: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Wow that's a lot. Awesome job!

message 11: by Rose (new)

Rose I want to be able to do that!

message 12: by B.evil (new)

B.evil well thats a massive amount i read 3-4 average length books a week and if it is a 1000 pager that takes me a couple days so i cant imagine how you accomplished that and still write. IMPRESSIVE! just hope you left time for part 3 of kingkiller and dont pull a GRRM on us! j/k (not really i would die if it took 6 years to have my new fav series to be completed :)...and thats a compliment not a demand!)

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