I had resolved to read all of the Discworld books by Terry Pratchett in order… and I have finished.
40 books in just over two and a half months. 81 days exactly. Which works out to a book every 2.025 days.
I thought that this seemed like a reasonable rate. John thought that I read almost inhumanly quickly.
One more Mardi Gras in Dayton without Pazcki. King Cake just won’t cut it, and a custard-filled donut from Tim Horton’s (which may
… and so forth.
No, not me.
One of my co-workers, a fellow webdev-type person with interests in standards and mobile applications, had his last
I agree with John. Unless the books are only a few pages, I can’t understand how you can read them so quickly and still remember what they were about. And it amazes me the details you can remember even reading at that speed. What is your secret? Teach me how to read that fast and still retain the information and details. If I could do that, it may slow the progression of dementia and memory loss.
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