Sunday Salon: Classics Club Beginnings

Sunday Salon

This was my last week of the month long course I have been take. No books read this week and I doubt any today because I have to finish my last assignments today. Furthermore, I got very little sleep last night so I don’t think I have much energy to read today any way.

I will read later this week. While I have a whole stack of Georgette Heyer still in the queue, I will also read The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling for the Classics Club. If I have the chance, I will start
Tess of the Ubvervilles soon for Classics Club and the Victorian Reading Challenge. Thomas Hardy’s birthday was yesterday. I do like Hardy.

It will be good to read during the week again! In other news, I’ve been deleting the duplicates from my GoodReads account. Since about 2002, I’ve read roughly 720 new books (give or take maybe 50 books for a margin of error). That’s not a bad number. That means I’ve been averaging 70 books a year on average. So I just have to read over 70 books this year as part of my personal challenge.

How is everyone’s weekend? What are you reading?

4 thoughts to “Sunday Salon: Classics Club Beginnings”

  1. I’m reading Anne Bronte’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall this month. I’m loving it so far. Anne is probably my favorite Bronte. 🙂

    1. Hi Jillian! That’s on my list, and I think Anne will be my favourite Bronte too it seems. Thanks for the comment as always! Happy Reading.

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