2019 Wrap-Up

Wow, what a year! I read more books this year than I think I have in my adult life, and it was wonderful. I started this blog and have managed to keep up posing regularly, for the most part. In July, I took my dream vacation to British Columbia and kayaked with killer whales. I finished writing a book and started another. I won NaNoWriMo my first time out. So, yeah. It was a great year.

Stats:

I read 120 books (my goal was 100).

For the genres, you can see the table below.

Genre
Fiction39
Non-Fiction8
Science Fiction4
Fantasy22
Mystery14
M/M Historical10
M/M Contemporary4
Book Club0
Self-Help14
M/F Romance4

My page breakdown was as follows:

Genre (Pages)
Fiction11593
Non-Fiction2751
Science Fiction969
Fantasy8917
Mystery4851
M/M Historical2033
M/M Contemporary1304
Book Club0
Self-Help2558
M/F Romance1359

The format of my books were:

Format
Hardcover37
Trade Paperback21
Mass Market5
ebook35
Audio14
Uncorrected Proof6
Audio14
Graphic Novel1

Age group breakdown:

Age Group
Adult72
YA44
Middle Grade2
Kids1

Books per month:

Books/Month
Jan7
Feb2
Mar20
Apr15
May18
Jun11
Jul11
Aug7
Sep5
Oct6
Nov6
Dec11

Pages per month:

Pages/Month
Jan2298
Feb623
Mar7013
Apr4649
May5905
Jun3264
Jul3002
Aug1828
Sep1333
Oct1693
Nov1789
Dec2938
Avg. Pages/Month3028
Total36335

The Longest book I read:

Shortest book:

(I think I forgot to put this book on my spreadsheet; Goodreads says I read 120 books and my spreadsheet 119. I think this is the book missing).

And that’s my year in reading! The spreadsheet I used to track my reading was created by Brock Roberts. I found it really fun to fill out and go over the data as I progressed through the year.

What were some of your reading wins this year?