Half yearly wrap-up of 2019

The past six months have been a blur, everything happened so fast and I can’t believe we’re gonna be in 2020 in only another six months – so here I am doing a wrap up of my reading year! I was inspired by the awesome Sahi, who did the same on her blog, so please go and check that out, it’s worth it!

Wrap-Up of my reading year!

Goodreads Challenge: 18/50 books – 36%

300 followers on my blog: 231/300

Ok – I’m really not reading much this year. 18 books so far is a tragedy. I don’t have much time after school as I always have afternoon classes, so that’s one excuse. However, I’m still super disappointed. So that’s one goal – read more! I am, however, very close to my follower goal, I actually had it set to 200 this year, but made that so set the goal higher! I really hope that works out, so I can at least celebrate one completed challenge!

Here are some stats concerning Genre (1), Pages (2) and Rating (3)

I didn’t read as much contemporary as I thought, although many mysteries are contemporary, so I guess that’s ok! I definitely read more mystery than expected, which makes me really happy as I’m trying to broaden my horizon! Fantasy still is my biggest genre, but it’s my favorite and the percentage will probably stay that high the next half year as well!

The most books I read had between 300-400 pages, which is pretty much my every day book. I read a lot of really long books over the last past year, which really surprised me, but then I thought about all the Harry Potter books I read and now it makes perfect sense!

I really only read really great books this year, which is super awesome! The only three star books I read were for school, so that explains everything!

That’s it, I hope you enjoyed this post and have a great start into the second half of the year!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

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