September 2019 Reading Stats!

Can you believe it is already October? I don’t think I can. October is one of my favorite months because it means that it is officially autumn! Autumn is seriously my favorite season. I can’t help but imagine Hades and Persephone finally reunited and Cerberus running around chasing leaves as they fall. Also, my birthday is October, so that means it’s the best.

I know I say this on every monthly wrap-up, but I just want to say how much I appreciate you all reading this blog. I love seeing the comments, the likes, and I love how amazingly supportive the blogger & reader communities are. I have found the perfect people who keep me motivated on my blog & who challenge me to be not only a better blogger but a better person. You all are amazing. If you have any thoughts, comments, or questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

As most readers know, our reading habits vary from month to month. I’m doing these monthly wrap-ups because the Ravenclaw in me LOVES all the statistics! I’m currently using the reading log by Book Riot to find all of my stats so if this looks like fun, I highly recommend taking a look at their reading log (though… it’s now not on their website)!
So without further ado, here are my stats for September!

September Totals:
Books read: 8
Books I did not finish (DNF’d): 1
Hours listened: 23 hours
Pages Read: 1,473

Totals:
Total books read: 82
Total books I did not finish (DNF’d): 10
Total hours listened: 9 days, 20 hrs, and 17 mins
Total pages read: 10,084

Averages:
Average days per book: 4.37
Average pages read per day: 37.09
Average books read per month: 9.11
Average hours listened per day: 52 minutes and 7 seconds

Genres Read:
General Fiction: 7
Crime: 1
Historical Fiction: 1
Humor: 1
Sci-Fi/Fantasy: 23
Romance: 43
General Non-Fiction: 2
Memoir/Biography: 1
Current Affairs/Social Science: 3

Fiction Vs. Nonfiction
Fiction: 73
Nonfiction: 8

Format Read:
Print: 5
eBooks: 35
Audio: 42

Books Read in September:

  1. The Harp of Kings by Juliet Marillier – 5 Caffeinated Stars
  2. Their Perfect Fit by Hannah Murray – 4 Caffeinated Stars
  3. Dirty First Dates: Halloween Haunts by Harley LaRoux – 4 1/2 Caffeinated Stars
  4. All of Which I Saw: With the US Marine Corps in Iraq by Lucian Read – 4 Caffeinated Stars
  5. The Nobody People by Bob Proehl – 4 1/2 Caffeinated Stars
  6. Hearts in Darkness by Laura Kaye – 3 Caffeinated Stars
  7. Foreverywhere by Steve Burns, Steven Drozd, & Gabe Soria – 3 Caffeinated Stars
  8. War of Hearts by S. Young – 4 1/2 Caffeinated Stars

Books DNF’d:

  1. American Royals by Katharine McGee

Favorite book of the Month: Hands down my favorite book of the month was The Harp of Kings by Juliet Marillier. This book was action-packed and just what I needed to read. I love the world that Juliet Marillier created, and I cannot wait to read the next in this series!

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      1. And now I’m following you, I could have sworn I was following anyway but oh well.

        It’s crazy! I’m now using the blocks instead of the classic and that seems to be working a bit better. Just a warning, you can never get classic back if you convert.

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      2. Seee!! I know for a fact you definitely were! Also I refuse to go blocks because I fudged up my post once so bad that everything reverted to classic and the dev techs couldn’t even figure out. Since then, I refuse to use these crappy “blocks” just let me type my freaking posts and post them! It doesn’t need to be so complicated

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      3. I thought you can still revert tho? Have you tried scrolling all the way to the bottom of the right column? Cause I’ve always been able to go back and forth, especially since Block’s is still in beta! Or you can try messaging them if you wish! The history button also disappeared once for me on blocks and i ripped them a new one with that one lol now i refuse to use it until they force launch it

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