I finished The Unremembered Empire by Dan Abnett and Cold Victory by Poul Anderson this week. I've got another book to start by Bauer called Unbreakable: A Promise Paen Novel. I'm down to four hard copies. All the rest of my read will be digital.
I've also got my WUTA Bigbooks downloads to read each month, too. Fortunately, most of that is electronic, too.
Most of my current reading has been sci-fi/fantasy. I've got the following lined up in my reading queue:
1) Unbreakable by Bauer.
2) Kill Team by Gav Thorpe.
3) Master of Sanctity by Gav Thorpe.
4) A Distant Challenge: The US Infantryman in Vietnam, 1967-1972.
1) The Last Stand of Fox Company.
2) Swords of Good Men.
3) Age of Shiva.
4) Proxima by Baxter.
5) Mekong First Light.
6) Prince Lestat.
7) Men Such as These.
8) Osprey Myths: Troy.
I'd like to get caught up with my reading my by summer next year. That's a noble goal. But I'm averaging about one book a month. I'd like to get that down to a book every three weeks. But I think that's unrealistic with what's been going on in my personal life.
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to read Analog Magazine that often. I don't think I'll renew it next year because I haven't been able to read it. It just keeps piling up on my bookshelf unread each month…
Have you had any luck with your reading? Combat Colours has been reading a huge four volume history of the Stalingrad and the Eastern Front. I think he's finally working on volume four of the series. Not something I'd undertake, lol.