End of the Year Reading Wrap Up – 2020

My stats were easier to find this year because I used the Book Blogger / Reader Spreadsheet that Kal @ Reader Voracious creates every year. It’s amazing, and filling it out is like therapy. I didn’t start it until September, so I didn’t have a lot of blog stats, but I did get in all of my reading stats that I wanted to. I’m not sure when she comes out with the new ones every year, but I’m definitely looking forward to it!

With that being said, I’m not trying to focus too much on stats—reading or blog wise. Reading started to feel like a chore this year, and I felt so hyper-focused on the stats on EVERY social media platform and how many books I was reading. I was trying to fly through books when I didn’t need to. I don’t retain as much information when I do that. It just became a daunting task. SO, I’m trying to end this year on a positive note. Yes, I have stats, but they’re not as detailed as I would have wanted at the beginning of year. I hope you all understand and enjoy this post anyway!

**Click on book covers to view original source


58/55 books read

3.5 avg rating

302 avg page count per book

17, 513 total page count

Top 10 Favorites

Historical Fiction

Published: 1/14/20 by St. Martin’s Press

391 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Fantasy

Published: 3/17/20 by Tor Books

398 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Autobiography

Published: 10/20/20 by Crown Publishing

308 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Science Fiction

Published: 9/3/19 by Harper Voyager

153 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Historical Fiction

Published: 9/10/19 by Harper

450 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Thriller

Published: 7/21/20 by Berkley

384 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Nonfiction

Published: 1/24/2012 by Crown Publishing

333 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Historical Fiction

Published: 9/26/95 by Vintage

460 pages

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Historical Fiction

Originally published in 1928

240 pages

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Young Adult Science Fiction / Fantasy

Published: 11/26/19 by Delacorte Press

457 pages

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Most Disappointing


That’s a wrap, folks! It hasn’t been the best reading year, or year in general, but I found some gems. I got to read a book by Matthew McConaughey, so technically, my work here is done. *mic drop*

I hope you’re all having a great holiday. If you don’t celebrate anything, then just have a great end of the year / new year. All I ask of anyone is to be safe!


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3 thoughts on “End of the Year Reading Wrap Up – 2020

  1. I feel you on reading starting to be a chore in 2020, it was so difficult for me. My goals this year is to be more flexible and forgiving to get the fun back.

    I also adored snow falling on cedars when I read it years back. Love seeing all of the stats in wrap-ups, so thank you for tagging me! The 2021 version was released last week in case you haven’t seen it. Happy reading!

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    1. Hopefully, 2021 is much kinder to you!
      You’re welcome! Thank you for creating the spreadsheets. It’s awesome! I saw that it was released, and I’m so excited to start off with it at the beginning of the year! 🙂

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