26 Books in 52 Weeks

I’m not one to make New Years resolutions, but I’ve been trying to figure out a way to get myself to read more this year. I did relatively well in 2009 when I read around 15-20 books, but I always feel like I should be reading more. Thanks to Dave Fleet’s post “My 2010 Reading Challenge: 26 Books” I’ve found something that’s a little more manageable than the one book a week so many try to do. Now I just have to get moving on finishing “Through Black Spruce“, which I started last year, by Friday… not a knock on the book (it’s great!), just my reading habits.

Any recommendations on good fiction or non-fiction reads out there? I’m sure there are many 🙂

About Sean Bailey
Social media marketer who also happens to be a tech geek that's addicted to reading, movies, music, sports and coffee. Anything said on this blog is my opinion (obviously).

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