Feb 282015

February has felt like a quick and quiet month. I really don’t have a lot to say about it because nothing really stands out. Oh, except maybe that we have spring, with a few flowers popping up in the garden. I already have all my East Coast Facebook friends hating me for that, so I should probably brag about it here too. šŸ™‚

Books read:

In February ā€“ 14
Year-to-date ā€“ 33

Favourite book of the month: My favourite book of the month was The Prophecy Con (Rogues of the Republic #2) by Patrick Weekes. This was a very humourous adventure book. The funny thing is that I only realized this sequel was available when I was chatting on Twitter with the author of last month’s favourite book. Talk about odd coincidence. Regardless, I highly enjoyed the book and we both pestered the author about when the third would be available, which was also fun.
The Prophecy Con

Noteworthy Happenings:

I didn’t really have any discussion posts this month, but there was a book vs movie for Gone Girl, and of course there was my blogiversary reflection.

Monthly Stats:

I had so much fun with the stats last month, I was chomping at the bit to create them again this month. I decided to not only do the stats for February, I also compared them to the year overall. That isn’t as meaningful now, but in a couple months it should be interesting. Unless of course my monthly behaviour stays constant, which would look boring, but still be an interesting discovery.

Feb 2015 stats - age genre
Looking at the genres this month, I definitely read mostly adult books, which doesn’t surprise me at all.

Feb 2015 stats - ratings

Moving on to ratings, I had my first DNF of the year, although I still mostly enjoyed the books I read. It’s pretty easy to see that I favour a 4 star rating over every other option, which makes me happy since it means I’m picking books I really like.

Feb 2015 stats - genre
Genres… hmmm… how colourful, lol. I’m not sure pie charts are the best option since there are so many options in my list.

Feb vs Jan stats - genre
Oh look, a bar graph. That’s a little easier to read. I changed up the genres read a little bit this month, although urban fantasy is definitely the most read, which makes sense since I have a hard time not reading every paranormal book I see.

I’m pretty sure this wrap up post just proves how much of a geek I am for my love of stats, but I think it’s fun, and that’s what counts. Do you keep track of any reading stats?

  One Response to “Feb 2015 in review”

  1. Happy March reading!

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