22 January 2022

End of Year Book Survey

I originally saw this over at Living a Joyful Life and thought it looked fun :) 

How would your answers compare?

Currently reading?

Your book goal of 2021?
  • 100
How many books read in 2021?
  • 97
Fiction/Non-fiction ratio?
  • 89/8
Male/Female authors?
  • 22/74 and one non-binary author
Favorite book(s) read?
Least favorite(s)?
  • Writing a book is hard, and I just don't have it in my heart to call a book out as my least favorite.
Longest title? (apparently non-fiction books have very wordy titles - who knew?)

Shortest title?
How many re-reads?
  • None
How many audio books?
  • I think two?
How many of this year’s books were from the library?
  • A handful, but mostly ARCs
Favorite cover of a book you read?
  • I'm sad to say, I do probably more than half of my reading on my kindle, so I don't see book covers often enough to pick a favorite.
Most disappointing book?
  • See above - writing is hard and I don't want to call someone's book 'disappointing.'
Book that had the greatest impact on you?
  • Hard to say. I still think about The Violence by Delilah S. Dawson because of the pandemic stuff. I also think about the witch books I read from time to time.
2021 read you recommend the most?
  • I suppose it depends on what you like. My five-star books are all worth recommending, I think. I've also added a few favorite authors. I'd never say no to books from Alice Hoffman, John Bishop, Robert McCaw, and Lia Louis, for example.

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