I've done a 1,001 day challenge in the past, of course I failed. But I've never done a 101 books in 1,001 day challenge. Now of course reading 101 books in 1,001 days is too easy for me. So I have to find a way to make it harder. Now I picked that genre because I love them, so it will be enjoyable, and I'll probably read 101 in 18 months, but hey, it is a goal.
So I've decided to try to read 101 memoir/autobiographies/biographies in 1,001 days. That is approx 3 m/a/b a month, now that's a challenge!
I tallied up all my m/a/b reads in recent years. I got 45. I didn't count the ones I read in my 20s, I stuck with the 30s up. Since I started keeping track of exactly what I've been reading (2006) I have read 36 m/a/b. I guess if I work at it, I should be able to get to 101 in 2 years and 9 months.
Start date: August 11, 2009
End date: May 11, 2012
Nothing in this genre at the moment
1) Rage to Survive - Etta James
2) Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia & Bulimia - Mayra Hornbacher
3) The Last Lecture - Randy Paucsh
4) The Year of Living Biblically - A.J. Jacobs
5) Einstein: His Life and Universe - Walter Isaacson
6) Have A Little Faith - Mitch Albom
Others that will be on the list include:
A Monk Swimming by Malachy McCourt
Singing my Him Song by Malachy McCourt
Love, Lucy by Lucille Ball