February 2019 Reading!

As many of you who are following my blog know, February was an exciting month. It started off slow but ended with a huge twitter scandal known as #CopyPasteCris. If you found my blog through that scandal, I appreciate every follow, every like, and every view. If you’re reading this post, I’m genuinely thankful that you have stuck around. If you have already been following my blog, you’re seriously amazing, and I appreciate you!

This year, I’ve decided that it will be fun to look at my reading stats. My reading habits can vary from month to month, so this is a way for me to reflect back on the books read & look at how much I have accomplished.

This month, I was able to read 10 books. Most of them were novellas and audiobooks, but I’m so thankful that I was able to squeeze them into this short month. I’m also pretty impressed with myself for not DNFing another book. I came close, but ultimately I read every book I started this month.

So without further ado, here are my February stats!

February Totals:
Books read: 10
Books I did not finish: 0
Hours listened: 1 day, 6 hours, & 37 minutes
Pages Read: 843

Total books read: 23
Total books I did not finish (DNF’d): 1
Total hours listened: 3 days, 4 hrs, and 39 mins
Total pages read: 1720

Average days per book: 4.74
Average pages read per day: 29.15
Average books read per month: 11.5
Average hours listened per day: 1 hour, 17 minutes, and 57 seconds

Genres Read:
General Fiction: 1
Sci-Fi/Fantasy: 6
Romance: 15
Current Affairs/Social Science: 1

Format Read:
Print: 0
eBooks: 9
Audio: 14

Books Read in February:
1. Atomic Marriage by Curtis Sittenfeld
2. Overture by Skye Warren
3. Warriors by Erin Hunter
4. Breath of Fire by Kathryn Nolan
5. Hold On by Samantha Young
6. Parkland: Birth of a Movement by Dave Cullen
7. Bombshell by Jen Frederick
8. Rolling the Dice by Alessandra Torre
9. The Bride Test by Helen Hoang
10. The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan

Favorite book of the Month: I can’t decide, so I’m choosing both Parkland by Dave Cullen & The Bride Test by Helen Hoang


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