Thanks everybody for answering
I have been reading every day, but the main problem is that every ten verses I read there is a lot of new vocabulary to memorize, and that limits the amount that I am able to read by day, because I don't feel capable of internalize so many words. At the same time, I would like to increase the time that I spend with Greek, so I thought that it won't hurt to add some other kind of exercises to my lectures of Homer. But I am not abandoning him! I am a patient person, even an obstinate person, and I like Homer, so I have all time in the world to deal with his many irregularities
I just want to add other kind of exercises, may be some multimedia resources, may be some composition exercises, I don't know yet, to complement my readings of Homer. But it is difficult to find resources (I think) being restricted to Homeric Greek, because the majority of them are for attic/koine. Am I right? So I am considering to move to attic first.
7) Lots and lots of Audio/Video
I liked this idea, jeidsath, one of the more frustrating things in learning ancient languages, I think, is that I have no idea of "how they sound". Where may I find these resources? Are they in TextKit? I will be searching.