Yep, . I read over a book a week all of the past year.

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Damn you make me feel like an incredibly slow reader. There is absolutely no way I could manage a book a week unless I were to break out the Choose Your Own Adventure series. Even then I might have to purposely choose the more perilous options that are likely to end the story sooner. I envy you Joshua. How do you manage that much reading without it affecting other responsibilities though?

I’ve been reading a book a week for 35+ years…my mother was a librarian when I was a kid so it was almost my job there for a while. After one does it for a couple of years it becomes like eating; a must to survive and a daily routine you cannot live without.

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Reading a long book in one week may seem like an impossible task, especially if you are not a big fan of reading. Maybe you have been putting off reading a long book for a class or maybe you just want to read a long book in a week as a personal accomplishment. Whatever your reason, there are several strategies you can use to accomplish your goal of reading a long book in a week.

That being said, people of this blog will be committed to a book a week. I will be using an to ask the readers which book we are reading next. The book with the most votes win. Even if the book you picked did not win, the journey is learning about things you never thought were interesting.