The NY Times profiles a woman who is on day 350 of her 365 day project to read a book a day—and review it here. Nina Sankovitch, a former environmental lawyer, "was inspired, in part, by the need to make sense of her oldest sister’s death," sticks to books 250-300 pages long and reads whenever she can get a chance (such as while waiting to pick up her kids). She says, "I’ve always thought great literature is all one needs to read to understand human psychology, emotions, even history. For someone sitting around reading books, it’s been a really lively year."