I was thinking about books yesterday. More specifically the reading goals I've set for the last two years.
Last year, I technically had two reading goals... the four George R.R. Martin books that I reported on this blog and the 15 books I challenged myself to read on Goodreads. I did make both goals. But I realized that in reading those four Martin books, I used three different media to compete the goal.
I read the first book back in 2013 as an e-book on my iPad, book 2 was a combination of the physical novel and e-book depending on where I was reading it, book 3 was an e-book, and books 4 and 5 were Audible audiobooks.
Is that weird? Did I miss any media types that I can employ when (if) books 6 and 7 ever come out?
I was thinking it might be cool to, instead of actually read them, have memories of having read them implanted in my brain a la Total Recall. How awesome would that be? Get the whole book implanted in your brain along with memories of sitting down and reading or listening to it at a variety of different locations the world over? I'd do it.