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January 6, 2014 / ljbradburn-Smith

New Years Book-o-lutions

Books

1. Read and return all borrowed books (except any belonging to my Mum because she has so many I expect that I am doing her a favour by storing some) and not borrow anymore in the meantime. Total on my borrowed shelf = 14

2. Read at least double the amount of books I read in 2013. Books to read in 2014 = 28

3. Read another book of short stories. Neil Gaiman you have shown me the light.

4. Make time to read every day, even if only for 5 minutes.

5. Work out how to safely read my Kindle in the bath. I’m thinking some kind of robotic arm powered by something non-electric, like love or sand.

6. Buy myself a new book (real/kindle) every month.

7. Review ALL books that I read.

8. Re-read a favourite book of mine – I capture the Castle by Dodie Smith.

9. Find the most comfortable reading position ever and share it with the world (pictures not included).

10. Meet an author and get a book signed.

11. Go to a literature festival (this might help with number 10 as I presume that is where they all live).

12. Get my very own feather quill.

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  1. calmgrove / Jan 7 2014 7:51 pm

    Lovely list, all I’m sure eminently do-able! Good luck!

    Recent review of I capture the castle (not by me) http://lizzierosswriter.com/2014/01/05/two-jewels/

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