Monthly Wrap-up (January 2013)

This is my stats post for January 2013! My thoughts about this first month of the year, as well as my plans for February, will be posted on Sunday, in my regular Chitchat feature.

Reading Stats

January’s To Be Read List had 12 books on it, and I completed 7 of them. I DNF’d 3 and didn’t even attempt to read 2.

Books read: 21 (see complete list here)
Average rating: 3.33
Pages read: 6,242

Longest book: Sushi For Beginners by Marian Keyes (531 pages)
Shortest book: Time Traders by Andre Norton (154 pages)

Oldest book: The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald (1872)
Newest book: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater and Adaptation by Malinda Lo (tie: Sept. 18, 2012)


Back to the Classics: 1/11 completed
Sequel Challenge: 1 sequels read (note: I need to redo my list!)
Why Buy the Cow?: 7/50 ebooks

January’s Classic Children’s Literature: 3/6 read (including the readalong book! I’m counting it a success.)
Young Adult Reads’ January readalong: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater COMPLETED yay!

TBR Wishlist
The Black Count by Tom Reiss
Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch

Archive Spotlight
A Crack in the Line by Michael Lawrence

Chitchat/Currently Reading
Jan. 6th | Jan. 13th | Jan. 20th | Jan. 27th

How to make a 5th grader cry: a list
Tips for newbie bloggers: Use a review formula
The New SoCal Book Events List

Book Reviews

Wrapping up 2012

Only 9 reviews behind! If I keep reading at this rate, I’ll have to start posting a review almost every day. I’ve been trying to write mini reviews, but they just aren’t staying properly mini. Oh well! I’ll just go with the flow and see what happens.

Blog Stats

Posts this month: 23
Posts this year: 23

Most commented-on post: To Be Read (Jan. 2013)
Most pageviews: Cordelia’s Honor1 / 5 interesting Peter Pan books 2


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