Whew, this year flew by! We can’t believe it is already January. Did you meet all of your reading goals for 2020? What are your reading goals for 2021? We’ll be sharing a post about our 2021 reading goals shortly, so be on the lookout for that post!
Our December reading stats are in the table below.
|Number of books read||9||9||2|
|Favorite book||It’s a tie between The Midnight Library by Matt Haig and A Heart so Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer||Cast in Firelight by Dana Swift||Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan|
|Goodreads Challenge||84/80 (I upped my Goodreads challenge from 50 books to 80 books. I wanted it to reflect the revised reading goal that was in my bullet journal.)||110/75||36/50|
|Other Challenges||Besides the Goodreads challenge, I did not complete any of my other reading challenges. For 2021, my goal is to complete at least one of the reading challenges that I am participating in.||I don’t think I finished any of my challenges. I’m striving to finish them in 2021.||I didn’t complete any reading challenges.|
We’ve read a total 20 books this past month! Below are images of all the books that we’ve read. All images are gathered from Goodreads.
End of the Year Stats (gathered from Goodreads)
|Shortest Book||97 pages (Other Worlds: Short Story Collection)||32 pages (Beauty & the Beast)||32 pages (I Am Every Good Thing)|
|Longest Book||803 pages (House of Earth and Blood)||870 pages (Voyager)||560 pages |
|Average book length||347||339||277|
Please know that however much you were able to read this past year is still commendable. Due to numerous factors, some of us are able to read more than others. We hope you are happy with the amount of reading that you were able to complete in 2020!
Let us know what your stats are in the comments. If you do a wrap-up, link it so that we can take a look. We hope everyone has a great start to their January and that you are able to get lots of reading done!