I've reached Chapter 30 in Wheelock's 6th Edition, and while I still have another 10 chapters and other materials to get through, I'm already wondering how I should continue my self-studies. I've seen Wheelock's Latin Reader in bookstores and have been tempted to buy it, being a fan of Cicero. I've also recently discovered Latinum, which seems to be a wonderful online podcast that teaches through great, and interesting, materials. I used to have a copy of D'Ooge from high school, and I remember that being a good resource for intermediate Latin, but my copy is long gone.
I'm trying to avoid my natural tendency to study several books at the same time. I've been good while doing Wheelock (have only occasionally looked at other materials) and have found that focused study on one book has served me much better than what I used to try and do.
Does anyone have any recommendations for life after Wheelock? If possible, I'd like to stick to one book to continue my studies.
I don't know if this has any bearing, but I'm toying with the idea of going back to school (eventually) and getting a degree in the Classics.
Gratias and Valete!