Wordless Wednesday: My Year in Reading

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Everyone is losing their minds over their Spotify Wrapped. It was mentioned that Goodreads should do the same thing.

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I learned about StoryGraph a few months back. I’m a visual person. I love graphs and charts and anything that makes me look like I know what I’m talking about. StoryGraph compiles your reading data and makes really cool pie charts and bar graphs. They list your favorite genres and authors. Even down to the pacing and page numbers.

Wow. That’s a lot of words for a Wordless Wednesday but whatever. Here is the breakdown of my reading from 2021.

I think there’s a theme to my reading. I can’t quite place my bookmark on it.

If you’re looking for something a little more than Goodreads, check out StoryGraph. It’s free. No worries. If you’re already on StoryGraph, what do your stats look like? Again, if you like what I post, please like, comment, share, and subscribe. Please consider donating to help keep this going. $1 and I’ll ask you what your favorite book is so we can talk about it. $5 and I’ll write a review of a book you suggest. $10 and I’ll write a blog suggested by you. That’s all I’ve got for today, train wrecks. All aboard.

You may be wondering how I read so many books. It’s easy. Audible. Audible has the largest selection of audiobooks. And with my membership I get access to one that I purchase and so many others that are included. That’s how I did the 31 in 31 challenge for October. I was introduced to so many good books and new to me authors. They also have Audible Original content and podcasts. Check out Audible today.

I would literally never take these off. I would just become one with the jammies and my couch with a book in my hand.

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