My Reading List for 2021

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So, one month into the new year, and I’m already starting to adhere to some of my resolutions (gasp! shock! wordless disbelief!) I’ve started exercising a little more, I’ve been focusing more on keeping my apartment clean, and I’ve been doing hobbying on a little more regular a basis. And while I have yet to start writing a little more regularly (despite having ample time to do so, especially now that Toronto is in yet another lockdown– blame a combination of writer’s block, laziness and mental fatigue for that), I have resolved to get more reading done. After all, I have a mostly-unfinished book shelf to get through, not to mention a few audiobooks and e-books aside, and now that my main time for reading is unavailable (ie reading on the subway on my way to work), I’m finding I actually have to dedicate time to get more reading done. You know, when I’m not being distracted by the horrible internet.

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