Well, Adler convinced me. I'd rather be well-read, than widely-read:

"When we speak of someone as 'well-read,' we should have this ideal in mind. Too often, we use that phrase to mean the quantity rather than the quality of reading. A person who has read widely but not well deserves to be pitied rather than praised. As Thomas Hobbes said, 'If I read as many books as most men do, I would be as dull-witted as they are.'"

So, in keeping with a well-read approach, I'll be doing more long-term reading, and less posting on the topics of the day that catch my eye.

Long Term Reading

True Christianity; Johann Arndt
The Structure of Lutheranism; Werner Elert, Walter A. Hansen

High School Reading Plan

High School Reading Plan