Fuller’s March 52 Books Summary

March was a crazy month for reading.  I burned through three books in the first five days, then settled in and completed several thousands of pages of graphic novels.  Then I finished Don Quixote.  By March 19th, I was at 29 books for the year.  Then I started William S. Burroughs‘s Naked Lunch, and now I’m stuck.

Actually, I’ve been stuck at about a quarter of the way through Naked Lunch ever since the 22nd or 23rd.  I started reading it because a friend is reading a biography on Burroughs, and it seemed like a book I might like.  But once I started reading it, I just couldn’t get excited for it.  It’s weird and all, and I like weird, but, I don’t know.  Maybe I’ll finish it later.  Maybe.

In the meantime, it pretty much arrested any interest I had in reading for a little while.  If I were planning this to be one book a week, I’m right now somewhere safely in July in terms of scheduling.  So I think I can take a little time off.  I did start Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge on Friday, but that was because I didn’t have anything on the internet I was interested in reading.  We’ll see what happens there.

Here’s what I finished in March:

Here are the books in my book journal that weren’t complete as of 1 April 2017:

What’s next?

  • Whatever, man.

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