When 2023 started, and somehow we’re already almost a quarter of the way through it, I wanted to read one book a week. For January I achieved that easily. Then for February I got side-tracked a lot by long games and read half a book the entire month. For March, I’ve read about 10 pages. I’m really hoping to read more in the next few weeks and try to get back on track for the rest of the year. There are so many books that I want to read, and I wanted to write an updated list of what I’m going to read next.
I’ve been reading Victory City by Salman Rushdie, which I started back when it first came out in February. I’m around half way through and will be reading more of it soon. After that I’m going to move onto Margaret Atwood’s new book, Old Babes in the Woods. Then I’m going to read The Curator by Owen King, and finally We Are Bellingcat by Eliot Higgins. The plan is to read those throughout April and have them finished by the end of the month.
I have still been reading manga, keeping up to date with various series that I’ve been reading and am very slowly making my way through One Piece. I’m currently 170 chapters in and hoping to catch up before the series ends. I started reading One Piece a long long time ago, and really enjoyed it but for a long time I stopped reading manga so stopped (same reason I’ve never finished Naruto). Last year I started One Piece again and this time I will read it all.
Thanks for reading, and if you have any books that you’re looking forward to reading let me know in the comments!