2020 was a good reading year for me. It was bolstered by the fact that I read 31 books in August.
Why was it so good? Well my Goodreads goal for the year was 30 books, and I read 82 books this year.
I have accomplished a thing! Huzzah!
This is actually pretty great for me, given that I usually set the goal pretty high for a casual reader and then I fail. Horribly.
So without further ado, I present to you my stats for 2020!
As you can see, the majority of my books are fantasy reads (64 of them). This should surprise absolutely no one. That I read so many young adult books surprised me, since I really just started to get into that genre in the later part of this year. I mean really, 20 YA books? And that sci-fi is next with 10 books really isn’t a shock to me. Fantasy and sci-fi are my jams. What this does tell me is that I need to read more sci-fi though. Good thing to work on for 2021.
With the amount of fantasy and sci-fi I read, that I read 78 adventurous books doesn’t come to much of a surprise to me. Mysterious, however, does. I didn’t think that I read a lot of mysterious books this year, but apparently I read 19 of them, so that is interesting.
29,391 pages read. That’s a lot of pages. Thankfully, I avoided papercuts this year. Goodreads says that my average book length was 366 pages, and that sound about right.
Again, I’m not very surprised by these stats. 95% of the books I read this August fell around 350 pages long, which is why I picked those books to read.
Look at those pace stats. I am surprised by those. I was convinced I didn’t like slow books, but apparently I read 28 slow paced books this year. Huh.
My average rating was 4.06? I thought that number would be lower. I didn’t know I had so many 5 star reads. I do know some of those were re-reads. So they had already been ranked before. But still, 30 5 stars seems a little high.
I only read 2 non fiction books last year. That is too low a number. Must read more informative books!
And there you have it, my end of the year stats. What do yours look like? Have you tried Storygraph?
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