1. Read the books that win the Newbery Award and the Printz Award before they are announced! I would love to know that I had read these two books before the committee selects them. I think it would make me feel very up to date on my reading!
|I will find you...|
|...and I will read you!|
2. Finish all of the series/trilogies that have been sitting on my shelf. I still haven’t read the final installment to Cinder, Shatter Me, or Under the Never Sky. The end to these series are just sitting on my shelf, staring at me. And these are only the ones that I can immediately name—I’m sure there are so many more that I need to read!
3. Read 117 books in one year. My best year was reading 116 books, and I want to top that!
4. Read Stephen King books like Under the Dome and 11/22/63. They’re just so stinking long, and I know that I won’t have time for a very long time!
the New York City Public Library. I hear
it is a must-see for every reader!
|Why do you have so many pages? Do you have any idea how that makes me feel?|
6. Read the books that people have loaned me. I am really bad in that a lot of people have loaned me books that I just haven’t gotten to read yet. I want to, but there are so many other books that are always calling to me.
7. Join a book club. I’ve never actually been a part of one, and I think it would definitely be my kind of thing.
8. Finish reading City of Lost Souls. I started reading it in September, and I’m still only halfway through it. I never do that with a book!
write a story. I have tons of word files
and pages in my writer’s notebook where I have story ideas that I start. Some of the pages and ideas I love and think
are great, others I know are completely worthless. I would like to somehow sit down and merge
all of my thoughts into a coherent story that people other than my mother will
|Calm down Clary, I'll get to you when I can.|
10. Write a letter to a writer and receive one in return. It would just be great to have something like that. To know that someone you love and look up to has taken the time to write you back—that can’t be beat!