I still have quite a few older reviews I have to either update to my new review format or finish writing. Since I’m what you call a professional procrastinator, my only hope is to put some pressure behind it and do another Review-A-Thon starting next Tuesday. I still have 10 older reviews I have to finish writing, and 23 reviews that need improvement… All books read in 2013 or before, but somehow not finishing them feels wrong.


So these are my goals:

  • Complete at least 6 reviews that haven’t been published yet.
    1. The Pillars Of The Earth – Ken Follett
    2. A Game Of Thrones – by George R.R. Martin
    3. The Hobbit – by J.R.R. Tolkien
    4. One Hundred Years Of Solitude – by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    5. Mockingjay – by Suzanne Collins
    6. Catching Fire – by Suzanne Collins
    7. The Kite Runner – by Khaled Hosseini
    8. Daughter Of Fortune – by Isabel Allende
    9. Shake Hands With The Devil – by Romeo Dallaire
    10. The Help – by Kathryn Stockett
  • Finish at least 12 reviews that still need improving
    1. To Kill A Mockingbird – by Harper Lee
    2. Brave New World – by Aldous Huxley
    3. A Storm Of Swords – by George R.R. Martin
    4. A Clash Of Kings – by George R.R. Martin
    5. Running the Amazon – by Joe Kane
    6. The Da Vinci Code – by Dan Brown
    7. Plunder Of The Sun – by David Dodge
    8. Death Of A Bore – by M.C. Beaton
    9. Hunting Badger – by Tony Hillerman
    10. Pop Goes The Weasel – by James Patterson
    11. Moth Smoke – by Mohsin Hamid
    12. Petals On The Wind – by V.C. Andrews
    13. Hothouse Orchid – by Stuart Woods
    14. Grant Comes East – by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen
    15. Tragic Magic – by Laura Childs
    16. The Return – by Victoria Hislop
    17. Life Of Pi – by Yann Martel
    18. The Forgotten Garden – by Kate Morton
    19. The Pelican Brief – by John Grisham
    20. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – by Stieg Larsson
    21. The Abstinence Teacher – by Tom Perrotta
    22. The Broken Shore – by Peter Temple
    23. Cross – by James Patterson

Fingers crossed I will actually be able to complete these goals! 😀