astro.naut
i’m reading 15 books right now.
#2: Memoirs of a Geisha

was a fantastic book. i recommend it :] onto the next!!

well shit.

this book was fantastic. i’d advise everyone to read it. right now.

oh shit Khaled Hosseini…you know how to write a fuckin book♥

A Thousand Splendid Suns: Khaled Hosseini

has been added to my list.

A’ight 50 book challenge…

now that school’s started - imma own you.

just sayin’.

Book #1: In the Sea There are Crocodiles

'bout half way through, and it's lookin' good.

Really reminds me of a child-version of “Kite Runner”, though i think it has a lot to do with the reason for the book being written, and the way the author wrote it.

prettybooks:

2012 Book ChallengeIt’s that time of year again! I had a lot of fun participating in the 50 Book Challenge with you guys in 2011. I personally read more than ever and I had to increase my goal to 100 books, which I surpassed. The biggest feedback I received about the challenge was that it encouraged and motivated people to read more.The Rules:1. Choose an amount of books that you want to read in 2012 (e.g. 25, 50, 75, 100)2. Read, read, read!There isn’t a rule about what type books these have to be; read anything you want. You decide what you want to include (novels, short stories, non-fiction, school books…). To keep track of how much you’re reading, you can use the Goodreads Reading Challenge, create a list (on Tumblr, LiveJournal, LibraryThing, your computer), write book reviews, post about each book you’re reading - it’s up to you. I personally like to create a 50 Book Challenge page, which I can update easily. It may be a good idea to use the #50 book challenge tag so that others can read posts about your progress.Although this is a quantifiable challenge, the most important thing is that you’re reading and that you’re having fun doing it :)

prettybooks:

2012 Book Challenge
It’s that time of year again! I had a lot of fun participating in the 50 Book Challenge with you guys in 2011. I personally read more than ever and I had to increase my goal to 100 books, which I surpassed. The biggest feedback I received about the challenge was that it encouraged and motivated people to read more.

The Rules:
1. Choose an amount of books that you want to read in 2012 (e.g. 25, 50, 75, 100)
2. Read, read, read!

There isn’t a rule about what type books these have to be; read anything you want. You decide what you want to include (novels, short stories, non-fiction, school books…).

To keep track of how much you’re reading, you can use the Goodreads Reading Challenge, create a list (on Tumblr, LiveJournal, LibraryThing, your computer), write book reviews, post about each book you’re reading - it’s up to you. I personally like to create a 50 Book Challenge page, which I can update easily. It may be a good idea to use the #50 book challenge tag so that others can read posts about your progress.

Although this is a quantifiable challenge, the most important thing is that you’re reading and that you’re having fun doing it :)