I read a lot. I've been keeping a book log since the beginning of 1999. I've read 2038 books since then (about 88 books per year).
Below is the list for this year. See complete list.
by Yanping Fang Looked like an interesting book about education in Singapore.
by Arthur Schulman (Compiler), Jill Lepore (Introduction) Words, words, words!
|Title and Author (Series)||Finished|
|The Autobiography of Munshi Abdullah
by Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir
|The Beauty of Everyday Things
by Soetsu Yanagi
|Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking
by Daniel Dennett
|To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee
|The Teenage Workbook|
by Adrian Tan
|The Teenage Textbook
by Adrian Tan
|The Truth About Language
by Michael C. Corballis
|The Tale of Genji |
by Murasaki Shikibu / Edward G. Seidensticker
|I Am A Filipino Maid
by Loo Bee Geok
|The Tale of Genji
by Murasaki Shikibu / Royall Tyler
|Secrets of Singapore
by Lesley-Anne and Monica Lim
by Ammon Shea
12 books finished so far.
4,962 pages in the selected books (an average of about 413 pages each).
That's an average of about 30 days per book (assuming no overlap)
or 17 days per book (taking actual overlap into consideration),
which is equivalent to 12 books (or 4,975 pages) per year. Or
14 pages per day, actually.
Typical number of books in progress simultaneously: 0.
Fiction books: 5 (42%)
Non-fiction books: 7 (58%)