We aren’t too far away from 2021 and for the last few years I’ve done a wrap-up in numbers. It is a little bit of a tag post but it is also quite a fun thing for me to look back on at the end of next year to see how my reading has changed. Here is my year in numbers (as of 19/12/20)!Number of…
- Total Books: 121
- Books: 99
- Graphic Novels: 17
- Audiobooks: 5
- ★★★★★: 28 Books
- ★★★★: 78 Books
- ★★★: 11 Books
- ★★: 3 Books
- ★: 1 Book
By the Books!
Book read furthest away from home (holiday reads?): This time last read this answer was a book that I had read in Lanzarote. But, this year due to covid and the joys it has brought (not!) the furthest I have been away from home is London. The book that I read whilst in London was The Love Hypothesis by Laura Steven.
Book that you personally connected with the most: Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia. This book hit me hard in a way that I really didn’t think that it would. It is such an important story and a book I wish more people had read!
Book you read way before it’s publication date: First Day of My Life by Lisa Williamson! This was meant to be released earlier this year but due to covid its release date has been pushed back until January 2021.
Book with a character who shares your name: The mother of one of the boy in Camp by L.C Rosen is called Lois! I loved seeing my name in a book even if it was only once. It is so rare for my name to be in a book that that is the only time this year it has happened.
Book you wish you could go back and read for the first time again: First Day of My Life by Lisa Williamson! I would to read this book again for the first time. I would love to see if I could pick up on anything different in the book and what I would think of it now.
Number of posts in 2019: There will have been 192 posts published on Lois Reads Books over the course of 2020! That is wild and I can’t believe I’ve written and posted that much!
Number of reviews posted this year: 44. This is a lot more reviews that I posted in 2019 and I’m really proud of that!
I love writing this post, it is a lovely wrap-up of the year, even if is a lot of numbers and statistics. I cannot wait to see what 2021 has to offer!