Today I finished reading my 17th(!) book by Anthony Trollope: He Knew He Was Right. I have five more left on my to-read list: Three Clerks; The Fixed Period; Rachel Ray; Lady Anna; and The American Senator.
At this point it's really gone beyond reading for any kind of edification. On that score I've gotten all I can possibly get from Trollope. I just really really enjoy reading his work. He's so consistently delightful. And his books are just different enough that you feel as though they're worth reading. I've yet to read a really bad Trollope book.
I'm also nearing the end of this round of revision. Feeling very happy with Tell Em They're Amazing. Impossible to know what the future holds, but would not be unhappy if it went out into the world as my second YA novel =]