2019 Yearly Wrap Up & Stats!!

Today is the LAST DAY OF 2019! I love stats and graphs so here’s some fun stats about all the books I read this year ♥

RWRB

Total books: 113

Total Pages read: 34,379

Average rating: 3.6


Rating Breakdown

Ratings

I took this graphic from Goodreads because I thought it was cool to see where all of my books fell. It’s not 200% accurate since Goodreads doesn’t allow for half star ratings but it gives a good idea of how many books fell into each star rating.

This was a really heavy 4 and 3 star year unfortunately. I didn’t discover nearly as many new all time favorites as in years past.

Below is a graph of all my star ratings + DNFs. I had a total of 11 DNFs on top of my 113 completed books this year.

StarRatings


Monthly Breakdown

Apparently spring and fall are my biggest reading months. Who knew.

MonthlyBreakdown


Release Date

I had pretty solid split of new releases and backlist titles, which I’m proud of! I want to keep up with new releases but there are also so many backlist titles I want to get to as well.

ReleaseDate


Format

This was my first year receiving ARCs so I was curious how many I read in comparison to books I own, audio, KU, etc. I can’t believe I read *40* ARCs this year! I definitely need to prioritize my physical TBR in 2020 though.

Format


Standalone vs Series

I can’t believe I read an even split between standalones and series! Definitely didn’t see that one coming. Although a lot of these are romance standalones that are a part of a series.

StandaloneSeries


Genre Breakdown

No surprise here, romance dominated my reading this year

Genre


Age Range

The majority of the books I read were adult or new adult – which isn’t surprising since most of the books I read were romance or mystery/thriller/horror.

Age


Few Random Lists!

Favorite Book: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
Least Favorite Book: In the Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen
Most Surprising: The Final Six by Alexandra Monir
Most Disappointing: More Than Words by Jill Santopolo

Shortest Book: Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions – 63 pages
Longest Book: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert – 470 pages

Favorite New Author: Teagan Hunter

Most Read Authors:
Teagan Hunter – 6 (Entire Text and currently released Slice series)
Lexi Ryan – 5 (Entire Here and Now series)
L.J. Shen – 4
Kandi Steiner – 4


That’s a wrap on 2019! I hope you had an absolutely amazing year and here’s to even better things in 2020!

♥♥♥♥

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