February Books

So… I failed at putting this up on March 1st but it’s better late than never!

With March here I figured I would be the typical Ravenclaw and share all of the lovely data that I gathered thanks to Book Riot’s 2018 Spreadsheet! It’s simply wonderful! If you don’t know what I’m talking about click here and check it out!

All Months:

The Basics:

  • 19 Books read
  • 2983 Pages read
  • 31 hours & 37 mins spent on finished Audiobooks

The Nitty Gritty

  • Author Genders
    • 8 Males
    • 11 Females
  • Genres:
    • 8 Romance
    • 3 Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    • 2 Mystery/Thriller
    • 1 Classics
    • 1 Fiction
    • 1 Historical Fiction
    • 1 Memoir/Biography
    • 1 Short Story
    • 1 True Crime
  • Age Group
    • 15 Adult
    • 2 Middle Grade
    • 1 Young Adult
    • 1 Children’s
  • Format
    • 14 eBooks
    •  4 Audiobooks
    •  1 Print
  • Where I got my book
    • 8 Advanced Reader Copies
    • 7 Purchased
    • 2 Library
    • 2 Prime Reading

February Only:

The Basics:

  • 10 Books read
  • 1356 Pages read
  • 9 hours & 22 mins spent on finished Audiobooks

The Nitty Gritty

  • Author Genders
    • 4 Males
    • 6 Females
  • Genres:
    • 5 Romance
    • 1 Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    • 1 Mystery/Thriller
    • 1 Classics
    • 1 Memoir/Biography
    • 1 Short Story
  • Age Group
    • 8 Adult
    • 1 Middle Grade
    • 1 Kids
  • Format
    • 7 eBooks
    • 2 Audiobooks
    • 1 Print
  • Where I got my book
    • 3 Advanced Reader Copies
    • 5 Purchased
    • 2 Prime Reading

Favorite Book: “On Hart’s Boardwalk” by Samantha Young

Glittery Thoughts:

As you can see, though I read one more book in February, , I read longer books and listened to longer audiobooks in January. It is really interesting to go back and look at all of this data. I found that I stick to my genres a lot. So hopefully in the next few months I can branch out a bit more.  All in all, I’m loving all of this data!

 

 

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