2020 Reading Statistics

Hi guys, hope everyone is doing well. I thought today I would go through some of my reading statistics for 2020. I track all my reading through a Google Spreadsheet, which means I can create graphs to help me visualise my reading. I track a number of different things on my spreadsheet, including genres, ratings, audience, and format. As well as the more traditional things to track like books and pages.

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January TBR

Hi everyone, hope you are doing well. January is the start of a new year and I’m hoping to start my year off with a good reading month, and I feel like I have the TBR that could do that. There are a wide range of genres on this TBR and I am excited for all of them. There are some that I am reading for book clubs but they all sound really exciting. I am also getting my 2021 goals rolling as I am hoping to finish the Shadow and Bone series this month.

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The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost-Kiss by Amy Noelle Parks

Welcome to my stop in The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost-Kiss book tour, if you want to check out the rest of the tour, I will link the tour schedule for you here. Thank you so much to Terminal Tours for including me in this tour, and the publishers for my review copy.

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Title: The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost-Kiss
Author: Amy Noelle Parks
Publisher: Amulet Books
Audience: Young Adult
Genre: Contemporary
Release Date: 5th January 2021

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Reflecting on my 2020 Reading Goals

Hi everyone, hope you are doing well. I thought for today’s post I would reflect on the reading goals that I set myself at the start of 2020 and how they have gone. Some of my goals seem crazy looking back at them now, especially considering the way that 2020 has gone. My 2020 goals reflect the way that I initially thought the year was going to go, but we all know that no one could have predicted the way that 2020 has been. I will have a post very early in the new year which will show all my 2020 reading statistics, but I like to wait until the end of the year to have a definitive answer on my statistics.

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