Monthly Wrap Up

Monthly Wrap Up January 2022

Just when I thought December was my best reading month, I managed to read even more in January. Somehow I read a ridiculous number of books (40!), and still stayed on top of a bunch of other stuff that needed to be done. I’m hoping this is a good sign for how 2022 is going to go. My TBR is still out of control, as are my NetGalley ARCs, but I’m definitely not complaining because I have some truly incredible books lined up for February. In addition, making progress towards my 2022 goals is going well:

  • I finally reached 500 followers on my blog, so thank you to all the amazing people taking the time to read my blog.
  • I read 6 of the books that I own, so only about a zillion to go, but slow progress is still progress, right?
  • I’ve wanted to read a little more nonfiction each month, and hit that goal for January with 6 nonfiction books under my belt.
  • Finally, I have been working to incorporate more diverse books into my reading, and hit that goal as well.

Here’s my breakdown of monthly/cumulative totals for January:

January Totals:

  • Books read: 40
  • Books DNF’d: 0
  • Pages read: 8,754
  • Hours listened: 162 hours, 6 minutes, 20 seconds
  • Average pages: 350.2
  • Average hours listened: 10 hours, 48 minutes, 25 seconds

Cumulative Averages:

  • Days per book: 2.68
  • Pages read per day: 22.11 
  • Books read per month: 40
  • DNF’d books per month: 0

Genres Read in January:

  • Biography/Memoir: 4
  • Fantasy: 8
  • Folklore/Fairytales: 1
  • General Fiction: 7
  • Historical Fiction: 4
  • History/War: 1
  • Horror: 1
  • Mystery/Suspense: 6
  • Romance/Erotica: 5
  • Sci-Fi: 2
  • Social Science/Current Affairs/Politics: 1

Backlist vs. New Releases:

  • Backlist books: 29
  • 2022 releases: 11

Fiction Vs. Nonfiction:

  • Fiction: 34
  • Nonfiction: 6

Format Read:

  • Print: 20
  • Digital: 5
  • Audio: 15

Age Range:

  • Adult: 27
  • YA: 13
  • MG: 
  • Children: 

My favorite books of the month were The Pomegranate by S.J. Schwaidelson and The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood.

Here’s what I read in January:

  • Malice by Heather Walter (Malice Duology #1)
  • Wings of Ebony by J. Elle (Wings of Ebony #1)

How was your January?

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