Out of curiosity, do you set reading goals for yourself?
I was just thinking of setting up some personal bookish goals for myself. The next three semesters of school are going to be killer and will leave much to be desired in the way of getting some good reading and reviews in. Depending on my workload, I may only be able to read and review 1-2 books a month. Most likely, less. I think that I also will not be doing any blog tours that have interviews included, they just take up quite a bit of my time and I won't be having in next semester (300 level math classes are on the horizon). Needless to say I will be B-U-S-Y and hoping to find a job by next summer. At least those are the education/professional goals.
Soooo, some reading goals.. not sure of when I want to have these met but just pondering some.
I want to reread the entire Jane Austen collection (been many years)
I am going to challenge myself to read entires series of books: i.e., Harry Potter, Sookie Stackhouse, Wheel of Time, Sword of Truth, Recluse, and some others.
I also would like to revisit several other classics and Russian Literature. (p.s., is Anya Seton's Katherine considered a classic? I don't think so, just curious).
Eh, just a thought.
So what about you?
P.S. Oh and yeah, I totally suck. I have a post with a ton of awards that I received and I need to nominate bloggers and because I let them sit for so long, I now feel overwhelmed. LOL. When I finish my class on Thursday and my test on Monday, I swear.. my goal is to nominate these AWESOME awards from rocking bloggers to you awesome bloggers!
A MONTH A HALF AGO I BEGAN THE POST!!! SLACKER! LOL Go check out the awards and visit those generous bloggers and tell em I sent ya!