> This is an awesome topic! I'm trying to read 50 books this year (give or take a book
> a week). That was my one New Year's resolution and I'm already behind because I've
> spent much of my free time replaying the Dragon Age games (zero regrets!). Hopefully
> this helps keep me on track...
> I'm usually a pretty even mix of fiction and non-fiction. It all depends on my mood,
> really. Here's what I've read so far:
> 1. "Domino: Strays" by Tristan Palmgren
> 2. "Rogue: Untouched" by Alisa Kwitney
> 3. "Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive" by Stephanie Land
> 4. "Atomic Habits" by James Clear
> 5. "Promethea - Book 1" by Alan Moore and J.H. Wiliams III
> "Domino: Strays" and "Rogue: Untouched" are part of the Marvel Heroines line of prose
> novels. Really enjoyed both books and I'm going to grab the third book in the line
> "Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive" is the memoir that inspired
> the Netflix limited series "Maid". I don't watch much television, but that series
> got its hooks in me and it's one of the most powerful and emotionally draining shows
> I've watched in a very long time. I had to read the memoir that inspired it and I
> wasn't disappointed. It's pretty incredible!
> "Atomic Habits" is an awesome read if you're looking to form good habits and break
> bad ones. It offers a really awesome framework and it has helped me more than any
> other "self-help" book has.
> Lastly, "Promethea" is probably the best graphic novel I've read in the last 2-3
> years. I don't think I've read anything by Alan Moore I didn't love. I can't wait
> to dive into Book 2.
> I think I have 5 systems at the moment. Currently reading: "Call Me Athena: Girl
> from Detroit" by Colby Cedar Smith and "Open Me Carefully" by Emily Dickinson
50 books?! I think that's pretty impressive if you can do that. Do you read daily, or more like a weekend binge?