It’s technically not 2020, but there is no way I’m going to finish another book in 2019, so I’m going to write my wrap-up a day early! Honestly, I can’t believe that December is over. This month just flew by, and it exploded in fireworks due to the RWA implosion. Take a look at Claire’s thorough explanation of what all is going on!
As always, I am genuinely thankful for you all reading my posts. I have loved reading all of your comments, and I couldn’t be more grateful for being a part of this community that we have all cultivated!
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! So without further ado, here are my stats for December!
Books read: 7
Books I did not finish (DNF’d): 0
Hours listened: 1 day, 5 hours, and 55 minutes
Pages Read: 434 (wow that was a drastic drop)
Total books read: 105
Total books I did not finish (DNF’d): 12
Total hours listened: 13 days, 6 hours, and 29 minutes
Total pages read: 12,706
Average days per book: 4.44
Average pages read per day: 35
Average books read per month: 8.75
Average hours listened per day: 52 minutes & 39 Seconds
General Fiction: 8
Current Affairs/Social Science: 5
Historical Fiction: 2
General Non-Fiction: 2
Fiction Vs. Nonfiction
Books Read in December:
- The Devil’s Apprentice by Kenneth B. Andersen – 3 1/2 Caffeinated Stars
- The Christmas Pact by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward – 4 Caffeinated Stars
- A Violet Fire by Kelsey Quick – 4 Caffeinated Stars
- The A.I. Who Loved Me by Alyssa Cole – 4 Caffeinated Stars
- Paddled by Krampus by Harley LaRoux – 4 Caffeinated Stars
- Instant Attraction by Lauren Blakely – 2 1/2 Caffeinated Stars
- I actually couldn’t find the link because the book is not on audible or kindle or anywhere at the moment. (weird)
- How We Fight White Supremacy by Akiba Solomon & Kenrya Rankin – 5 Caffeinated Stars
Books DNF’d: I shockingly didn’t DNF any books this month!
Favorite book of the Month: I really loved How We Fight White Supremacy by Akiba Solomon & Kenrya Rankin. This book made me uncomfortable and stretched me in ways that I never knew possible. This book should be required reading. I’m so glad I pushed through my comfort bubble and read this. It’s important to read books that stretch you and put things in perspective.