The adventures of Ragnor Lothbrok and his merry band continue tonight on the history channel, in the USA at least, and will come to the History Channel UK sometime in March 2015
If you are lucky enough to have an Amazon Prime, streaming video, subscription you should be able to watch the first episode just 24 hours later. You should also be able to watch the first two series on Amazon Prime if you need to catch up.
The problem with books, for me is that more I read the more I want to read and there appears to be an unlimited supply. There are event plys of ways I can find more books to read and att to my ‘To Read List’
Many of the books I read recommend other books which I often add to my ‘To Read List’.
I often recommend books to people and they kindly recommend books back to me sometimes even multiple at a time
If I like an author I like to read their other books ()so I won’t start reading any of these [‘prolific authors’](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prolific_writers”Prolific authors on wikipedia”) Note 1
One of my goals for 2015 is to read 24 books (2 a month). There are many ways I consume the written (and read word) including:
Paperbacks – I love books and one of the best thing about them is that your you can lend then to people and give them away
Kindle – I don’t read my Kindle as much as I should. It is great
Audiobooks – I have subscriptions to Audible and I easily consume a book or 2 a month
Managing all of the books is becoming a bit of an issue and there are some great solutions out there. The two big sites are Goodreads and Shelfari which have both been purchased by Amazon.
Goodreads has been going a long time and appears to have a great community.
I have read some, mainly fiction, authors in the past who have been quite prolific:
Isaac Asimov – Wrote nearly 500 books
Stephen King – 54 novels and counting plus many other writings
Iain (and M.) Banks – about 30 books before his untimely death