Having finished Clarissa and NaNoWriMo (look on the left, I got my little "winner" button!), I'm still at a bit of a loose end. I have all my challenges lined up for 2012, and I've finished the largest projects of this year, and although I have a few far from complete challenges to see me out of 2011 (and beyond!), I'm still kind of wandering without focus. Last night I read The Alchemist from my 100 Greatest Books (taken from GoodReads, I didn't make it up) and I did enjoy it, and I do want to write a little more in detail about this list later, but nevertheless, I just feel a little aimless.
I think what I'm going to do is pledge to complete my Virginia Woolf challenge before the year is out, I think perhaps that will give me a little more focus. I have seven books left on the list, and Dead White Guys have a readathon on the 3rd December (which you should totally sign up for!) so I have no excuses. I shall start today, because I hate this feeling of aimlessness! I keep picking shorter books so I can read them and feel a sense of accomplishment, however I wonder if I would be better off picking another great big one, say, Hunchback. I'm not sure, but for now, I'm going to work on Woolf.