October 2019 Wrap-up

Hello everyone! I hope you all had a fun Halloween! It was super rainy and windy here, so a lot of trick or treating got cancelled and moved to tonight. I hope people will actually be out tonight since I am going to be dressing up and helping my friend Sarah @WindsorWrites hand out candy at her place.

Anyway, since October is officially over, it is time once again for the monthly stats!

  • 19 books read
  • 185 average pages per book

The average number of pages was lower this month than previous months since I ended up reading a lot of manga:

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As you can see, the vast majority of what I read in October was either manga or graphic novels. This was mostly because I picked up a bunch of manga due to Barnes & Nobel having a buy 2 get 1 free on Kodansha manga.

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Because most of what I read was manga, I didn’t end up re-reading any books in October. Every book I read last month was new to me. Kinda neat actually! Still, I do like to re-read my favorites.

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I read a surprising number of standalones…surprising because, again, most of what I read was manga, and most manga are part of a series.

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I was feeling the spookies last month, and finally started to read some more horror. Now I really need to get on with reading more New Weird (which was a goal I made for myself at the beginning of the year. So far, I have done abominably.)

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Lots of gender unknowns last month. Again, this was because I read a lot of manga, and some mangaka it is difficult to find any information about them online.

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No five star reads for me this month. The one N/A was for an anthology of old horror short stories. I had trouble rating it because each story I would have rated very differently. I could have done an average, but I feel that doesn’t give a great picture of what I actually thought.


Anyway, that’s it for October. Overall it was a pretty good month. I am just happy the cold weather has finally arrived.

Third Quarter Check-up 2019

Hello again fellow stat lovers! Today I am going to go over all my reading stats from January 1st until September 30th. Here is my progress on my Goodreads reading challenge:

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I am now 74 books ahead of schedule….I would say I have well and truly slaughtered this reading challenge.

Here are a run down of the stats:

  • 148 books read
  • 230 average pages per book
  • 38/111 authors are POC
  • 46/111 authors are non-USA nationality
  • 65/111 authors are USA nationality

Note: I tend to read more than one book by the same author, which is why there are only 111 authors for 148 books, since each author is only counted once in the stats

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August has such an insane number because that is when the N.E.W.T.s Magical Readathon took place. Amazingly, I did not go into a reading slump after that readathon, probably because I segued right into the Space Opera September readathon. Even so, I really do intend to completely stop doing readathons, except the year long r/Fantasy Book Bingo readathon. I might do one or two other year long readathons next year, but I am such a mood reader that it is very hard for me to do the shorter readathons…even the month long ones. Mostly my biggest annoyance is having a ton of series started right now, but not being able to finish them because the readathon prompts don’t support that.  When I start a series I like, I tend to read the entire thing straight through (provided it is all available). But with the short time limit on most readathons, I haven’t been able to do that, and only just this month have I been able to go back and start completing a bunch of series I have started. So yeah, no more month long or shorter readathons for me.

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As you can see, I read way more series than standalone books. I really want to devote my time the rest of this year to completing series I have started during readathons.

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Still tend to read mostly Fantasy and Romance, though I have read a good number of Science Fiction so far this year. It is a relatively new genre for me. I used to read a sci-fi book here and there, but in the past I tended to enjoy sci-fi movies more than books. Either the books have gotten better, or I have just gotten better at finding the types of sci-fi books that interest me. I have enjoyed exploring more of this genre this year.

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I am continuing to read way more new reads than re-reads, which is really good. Though because I have re-read a fair number of books (all of them favorites of mine) the following graph is a little skewed.

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This is a new graph. I haven’t been tracking my star ratings until recently, but I was able to use Goodreads to go back and fill in the star ratings I gave books from earlier in the year. As I mentioned above, this graph is a little skewed. It has a rather large number of 5 star ratings, which I don’t often give to new books. Most of those 5 star ratings are from the favorites I have been re-reading this year. Some of them are for new reads yes, but in fact only 9 of those 5 star ratings are for new reads, 1 of which was for a manga (which I tend to rate a little easier than novels), and 2 of which are for graphic novels (which I weirdly tend to rate more harshly than novels…both of these 5 stars are for Neil Gaiman’s stories, so of course they get 5 stars hahaha). So, only 6 of the 5 star ratings are for novels I read for the first time this year. The other twenty 5 star ratings are all for re-reads.

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I have been doing a terrible job sticking to reading the print books I already own. I really need to get better at this because my physical TBR is getting insane.

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I continue to read way more female authors than any other gender…though I have read a large number of books with authors of “gender unknown” lately.


That’s all for the 3rd Quarter stats. I will make one more post like this at the end of the year (or very beginning of 2020) with the stats of all the books. I might even publish my reading log with the list of all the books I read this year. We shall see. Anyway, happy reading everyone.

September 2019 Wrap-up

Hello again readers! Following up from my August 2019 Wrap-up post yesterday, I am continuing right along today with the September 2019 Wrap-up. This month I participated in a really low pressure readathon called Space Opera September. I will talk more about it in my wrap-up post for the readathon, however, I did not end up completing all the prompts (even though there were only 4 hahaha). Instead I just felt like reading whatever I wanted in September. Here are the stats:

  • 13 books read
  • 225 average pages per book

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I re-read a fair amount of books this month. After the insanity that was the N.E.W.T.s in August, I just wanted to read some old favorites in order to help stave off a reading slump.

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Going hand in hand with the New Reads v.s. Re-reads graph, most of my favorites are in ebook format, and so the number of ebooks I read in September is high. Aww who am I kidding? The number of ebooks is always high. I really need to start reading more of my physical books. Hopefully I can do better in October.

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So, the number of series I have going has gotten a bit out of hand. One of my goals for October is to focus on the series I can finish and actually finish them.

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I fixed this graph! Apparently, the Science Fiction category was only counting the data if it actually spelled out ‘science fiction’. Sci fi or sci-fi were not counting, but they do now so yay! I did read a fair number of sci-fi books, but after all it was sci-fi September.

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I read an overwhelming number of female authors in September. On another note, the first screenshot I took of this graph was incorrect (the one you see above is accurate). I looked into the data, but I am unsure of how to fix the calculation…this one is much trickier than the Genres graph/calculation, so I might just have to manually input the data for this graph. We shall see.

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I have a new graph! I was not putting star rating data into my spreadsheet, but my friend Emily @Embuhleeliest mentioned something about how it would be cool to see how many of each star rating I gave to books throughout the year. I agreed it would be interesting so I retroactively went back and put in my star rating for each book I have read this year with the help of Goodreads. It turns out I am a pretty nice rater over all. I almost never give out one or two stars, mostly give out three and four stars, and am fairly generous with giving out five stars. I am trying to be more strict about giving out five stars, and only giving them to books that are dearly beloved favorites or that totally blew my mind. One of the 5 star ratings from September was a favorite re-read, the other was for a new book, Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie which, yes, totally blew my mind.


That’s it for September. If you noticed, I didn’t include the graph that shows the number of books I have read each month so far this year. That is because I am going to be doing a Third Quarter Check-up post, and the graph will be in that post. Happy reading!

August 2019 Wrap-up

Hi fellow readers! Sorry for the hiatus. After the gluttony of reading in August, I just wanted to chill during September. I didn’t even get around to my August wrap-up post hahaha. Since it is now October, I could combine August and September wrap-ups, but August was just such a huge reading month it deserves a post of its own, late as it is. So, without further ado, here are the stats:

  • 33!!!! books read (seriously, I have no idea how I did this since I also work full time)
  • 235 average pages per book

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This was by far the most books I have read out of any month this year. As you can see, I took this screenshot after I had already read 2 books in September…rest assured, the rest of the screenshots reflect the data from August only. I took this screenshot last, as an afterthought, and didn’t want to go through the trouble of scrubbing the data of the rest of the months in order to get the shot again.

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As you can see from this graph, I read a lot, and I mean a lot, of manga this month. It was the only way I was able to read so many books. I did very poorly with my print books. I really need to focus more on reading those and cutting down my physical TBR. It is starting to get out of hand. I don’t plan on participating in any more readathons for the rest of 2019 (well except for the ongoing, year long r/Fantasy Book Bingo readathon), so I am going to use that time to read the books I already own.

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I read a fair amount of books by author’s whose gender couldn’t be confirmed. And as always, I read a lot of female authors. I have always tended to gravitate more toward the stories that women write. I keep saying I would like to be more balanced, but maybe I should just go with what I like. Reading is supposed to be relaxing and enjoyable, so why not continue to read the stories I enjoy by the authors I like?

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I re-read a bunch of books in August too…which helped contribute to my huge total books read. I always re-read books much faster than the first time I read them.

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So. Many. Series. I am actually drowning in series right now. I am using the month of October to hopefully get caught up on some of them.

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Lots of fantasy this month. Granted, the N.E.W.T.s exams were happening…I just realized the numbers were wrong in this graph. I read some science fiction books in August but for some reason they are not showing up in the graph. That is concerning and I will have to look into my coding. Sorry about this everyone!


Anyway, that’s it for August. I will (hopefully) post September’s wrap-up post in a day or two.

July 2019 Wrap-up

Hello lovely readers! July was a bit of a banner month. I didn’t have any readathons and pretty much ended up reading whatever I wanted. It was great! Now that August has arrived, so too have the N.E.W.T.s, which is both good and bad. Good because I love this readathon, bad because I can’t totally mood read anymore since I am constrained by reading prompts. Anywho, on to the stats for July!

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I ended up completing my Goodreads challenge. I am still undecided if I am going to up the number on my pledged books or just let the tally run completely over. It is kinda fun to just let it run over….I am also apparently 46 books ahed of schedule, and I suspect that number will get bigger by the end of August, considering how many books I need to read this month for my chosen wizarding profession.

Here are my stats from July:

  • 19 books read
  • 250 average pages per book

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It seems to me that I tend to read either a high-up-in-the-teens number of books, or I read less than 10 in a month. Yes, I know I included the 2 books I have already read for August in this screenshot. No, those books are not included in any of the other screenshots since I remove all books besides the July books from the algorithms when I take the following screenshots.

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This one was a bit wacky, but as I have said before, unless I can find preferred pronouns written by the author somewhere (Goodreads, author site, Twitter, etc.), I put down gender as “Unknown”. Well, I ended up reading books by 3 authors last month, two who are complete mysteries, and one who only refers to themselves as “I” in their blurbs about themselves so…yep, into the “Unknown” category they go.

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Muuuuuch better on the New Reads front this month. I hope to continue this trend into August.

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I really think I need to stop having anxiety over this chart. I will never read more standalones than series, because my preferred genres are just insanely series heavy. Seriously, I need to just accept this truth.

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Sigh. I think I should also probably stop having anxiety over this chart as well…except I have so many print books that need to be read. I need to stop. Buying. More. eBooks. Ugh.

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………I am really predictable aren’t I?


Anywho, this concludes the July wrap-up. I might try and see if any of the books I read last month work for the r/Fantasy Book Bingo Challenge.  If so, I will make a post with the updated bingo card.  Happy reading everyone!

Mid-year Reading Check-up 2019

Hello everyone and welcome to the mid-year check-up where I go over my reading stats from January 1st till June 30th (seriously, how is it July already!?). Here is my progress so far on my Goodreads reading challenge:

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This screenshot is actually 1 book off. I had already added a July read before I took the screenshot, but rather than go through the trouble of removing it and then re-adding it, I let it stand. So, really I had read only 83 books in the first half of the year. I am 32 books (now 33) ahead of schedule so, not too shabby. I might need to up my pledged book amount.

Here is a quick run down of the stats:

  • 83 books read
  • 224 average pages per book
  • 29/88 authors are POC
  • 32/88 authors are non-USA nationality
  • 56/88 authors are USA nationality

Note: There are 88 authors for 83 books because some of the books are anthologies with multiple authors (there would, in fact, be a lot more authors but I don’t count authors that are repeated. Each author is only counted once).

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Reading has been all over the place this year. March and June were a bit slumpy, but the rest of the months were pretty good, in some cases because of readathons. Here are the readathons I have participated in this year:

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As I said in my May and June 2019 Wrap-up post, I need to actually start reading some Mystery, Horror, and New Weird books (particularly New Weird).

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Still super proud of this graph because I continue to read way more new-to-me books than re-reads. The number of re-reads has slowly eked up, mostly because I was using re-reads as a way to get out of reading slumps. So, I can’t be too mad about it.

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Still skewed toward female authors. Don’t really foresee this changing.

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This one just keeps getting worse, little by little, but I think it is unavoidable considering the genres I read. I should just accept that series are going to far outstrip the standalones.

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Ugh, this is the one I am least happy with. It keeps getting worse, and I really REALLY need to focus on reading all the print books I own but haven’t read yet. I have over 100 of them now. This cannot stand.


That’s it for my mid-year check-up. I am currently participating in the 2019 Fantasy Book Bingo reading challenge, but I haven’t made any more progress since my last post about it. I really need to crack down and start reading more books for it.

May and June 2019 Wrap-up

Ok, so. June was a bit hard. Mostly because I was on a very big trip for the last week of May and first week of June and it kinda threw everything off.  The trip was wonderful (and you can read all about it here if you want), but yeah, definitely threw off all of my established routines. Plus I picked up the Switch remaster of Final Fantasy X, so I fell into a video gaming time sink. So, that is why this is a May and June wrap-up post…since I never got around to actually doing the May post in June.

Anyway, first things first. I know I said I was going to participate in the Asian Readathon in May…and it kinda happened…but not really. May was also difficult, because I had a lot to do in preparation for my big trip, so the Asian Readathon kinda fell on the wayside. I did manage to read the group read, A Thousand Beginnings and Endings, and I ended up reading The Makioka Sisters by Tanizaki Junichiro on the 10,000 plane rides to get to South Africa (I actually finished it in South Africa and ended up leaving it in the library at the game reserve my dad and I were staying at), but I only got 2/3rds of the way through Pachinko by Min Jin Lee (and most of it was read once I got to France…which was in June and therefore the readathon had already ended). So yeah, didn’t really complete the readathon unfortunately.

As a side note, readathons can be really fun, however they do also force you to read certain books….and as a mood reader, this can be very difficult for me. I still intend to participate in readathons (particularly the NEWTs which are coming up in August, more on that later) but I think I also need to start reminding myself that it is ok to skip a readathon, or bow out of one if it is just too much, because if I start pushing myself too hard for a particular readathon, it often sends me into a reading slump…which is somewhere no one wants to be.

On to the stats!

May:

  • 17 books read
  • Average of 231 pages per book

June:

  • 9 books read
  • Average of 220 pages per book

The following graphs combine both May and June books.

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Still heavily skewed toward female authors. The gender unkowns was a bit of a surprise. I always try and track down an author’s own words referring to themselves with their preferred pronouns. This goes for trans folks as well. If I read a book by a trans male who uses he/him pronouns for himself, then he goes in the male category. If I can’t find anything saying definitively what their pronouns (or gender) are, then they go in the gender unknown category. This includes authors that are long dead.

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Still doing really well with those new reads, though in June most of what I read was a re-read. It was an attempt to read old favorites to get me out of my reading slump. So far I think it worked.

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Not too terrible. I don’t think it will ever be possible to read more standalones than series, just because of the genres I prefer. (Cuz weirdly, romance also has a lot of series.)

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….Yeah this was bad. Really REALLY bad. But it goes back to all my re-reads in June….most of them were ebooks so…yeah. Still bad. Especially since I now definitely have over 100 print books that I need to read. I am really going to try and focus on reading those books during July and for the upcoming NEWTs readathon in August.

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I have yet to read any Mystery/Thriller, Horror, or New Weird this year…I really need to get on that.


Anyway, that’s it for May and June. I am also going to post a mid-year check in sometime this weekend, so keep your eyes peeled for it.

April 2019 Wrap-up

Hello all! It is time for the April reading stats! April was a bit nuts because not only did I participate in the O.W.L.s Magical Readathon (with a total of 9 books read) but I also read the r/Fantasy book of the month, The City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty. Also, because I am a mood reader, I ended up picking up several other books as well. Anyway, here is where I am with my Goodreads Reading Challenge:

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As you can see, I have made excellent progress since last month’s dismal reading performance. Plus I am well ahead of schedule, which is good in case I have any more slumps.

Here are my stats from April:

  • 18 books read
  • 255 pages average

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Much, much better than last month. Nearly up to my January numbers. I think the O.W.L.s were to thank for getting me out of my slump. That readathon was so fun!

Here are the charts for April:

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Quite a few men this month, and a whole new category! I read a book by “Anonymous” so, as there is no way to know the gender of the author, the Gender Unknown category was added.

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I managed to focus more on New Reads again this month. Couldn’t help myself though, and re-read a couple of favorites.

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This one is a shocker! I usually am overwhelmed with books in series, but this month, half of my reads were standalones! Amazing! I am so proud of myself.

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Aww, this one was a bit of a failure though. I really need to keep reading the print books I own, not buy more ebooks to read. Sigh.

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Stuck to my usual genres this month, though only one science fiction. I have a hard time deciding if a book should go into the fantasy or romance category, but I figure if the point of the story is the romance, then it is a romance, otherwise it is a fantasy with romance in it.


That’s it for April. Happy Reading!

 

March 2019 Wrap-up | First Quarter Stats

Hello all! It is time for the March reading stats! March was a difficult reading month for me. Most of my reading bandwidth was taken up with buddy reading Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James with my friend Emily @Embuhleeliest. It was not an easy book to read, both content-wise and writing style-wise. I really liked the book though. Sadly, Emily did not. Even so, reading it sent me into a bit of a slump. I also picked up the video game Divinity Original Sin II which sucked up my time. Anyway, here is where I am with my Goodreads Reading Challenge:

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So, I am still in a good place, 15 books ahead of schedule.

Here are my stats from March:

  • 4 books read
  • 397 pages average

Yeah…only 4 books (and one was a graphic novel). Pretty dismal, although everything I read was great! And pretty long apparently, since that is my best page average to date. Here are the charts for March:

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In March I ended up reading more Male authors than in previous months.

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Only new-to-me reads this month. It is good I guess, that in a month I didn’t read very much, at least they were all new-to-me books.

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Yikes. So many series. I think it is the curse of the fantasy genre.

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I am looking forward to April because I have plans to make a serious dent in the pile of print books I have yet to read.

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March was a fantastical month.


That’s it for the month of March. Let’s take a look at the overall stats for the First Quarter (first 3 months, January, February, and March) of 2019.

  • 39 books read
  • 208 pages average
  • 8/26 authors are POC
  • 9/26 authors are non-USA nationality
  • 17/26 authors are USA nationality

Note: There are only 26 authors for 39 books because I have read multiple books by the same author.

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As you can see, there has been a downward trend since January. Not surprising since I read a whopping 21 books that month (not quite sure how I managed that). Anyway, life has since intervened, and I can’t keep up a 21 book per month pace. Hopefully, my pace will pick up a little in April though, since the Magical Readathon is going on, and r/Fantasy has released their 2019 Bingo Card. This year’s bingo card is so hard! Sigh, more on that later though.

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Lots of fantasy, science fiction, and romance read this year. The real surprise was the slice of life. And I really need to start reading more new weird. That was the number one genre I wanted to read more of at the beginning of 2019 and I have yet to read anything!

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I am super proud of this chart. I tend to re-read a lot, and one of my goals for 2019 was to read more new-to-me books. I have been doing an excellent job of this so far if I do say so myself.

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Tracking this statistic has been very interesting because I had no idea that I read so many female authors until I started tracking my reading. I am proud that a good chunk of the authors I read are non-binary, but I really should bump up the number of male authors I read.

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I also had no idea I read so many series until I started tracking this statistic. I really think that most fantasy must be serialized (most of what I read is fantasy) and that is why this chart is so skewed toward series.

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As I said before, I intend to read a bunch of my print books during the month of April, so that should help this chart a bit. Not that I am against ebooks, I think they are great! I just am trying to read more print books this year.


That’s it for the first quarter of 2019. It will be interesting to see how the charts have changed when we get to halfway through the year.

February 2019 Wrap-up

Hello all! As you may know, I have started tracking my reading both on Goodreads, and independently using a spreadsheet I coded. Well, Goodreads has this to say about my reading so far this year:

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So, off to a good start this year.

According to my spreadsheet, here are my stats from January:

  • 21 books read
  • 182 pages average

Here are my stats from February:

  • 14 books read
  • 194 pages average

Number of Books Read Per Month

I read way more books in January but the books I read in February were longer over-all. Here are the rest of the graphs for February:

New Reads v.s. Re-reads

My New Reads v.s. Re-Reads for February was about the same ratio as January. Which is good. It means I am sticking to my resolution to read more new books rather than re-reading old favorites.

Series v.s. Standalones

Ugh, this was bad. Even worse than January. To be honest, I am surprised I read so many series. I think it is because I am drawn to particular authors, and when I find one I really like, I will just binge read everything they have…which are typically series…I guess. Weird.

Number of Books in Genre Read

…Well, it was February, and my birthday was Valentine’s Day, so it only makes sense I read a lot of romance this month. Granted, a lot of the romance I read could also be categorized as either fantasy or sci-fi…meh, they are still romance stories at heart which is why I categorized them as such.

Reading Format

*Hangs head in shame* I did so bad this month! I just couldn’t help myself I guess. Instead of sticking to reading print books I already own, I ended up buying a bunch of ebooks and reading them instead. *Sigh* I will try and do better in March.

Percent Genders Read

This ratio stayed pretty much the same as January.


That’s it for February! Happy reading all!