My 2021 StoryGraph Reading Stats

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Great news, bookworms! StoryGraph recently posted 2021 Reading Stats!

If you would like to take an in-depth look at my reading from last year, scroll on down… 🙂

As you can tell, my reading dipped over the summer of last year. This does not surprise me as I had a lot going on at that time! Fall is always my best reading month, which is weird because I usually participate in NaNoWriMo, too, so I typically don’t have much spare time to read.

Mystery and contemporary are my favorite genres. I got more into romance last year, too!

I love the mood graph! I wouldn’t think that some of the books I’ve read would be considered “emotional” but I guess that is an accurate description depending on the book.

This genre chart is a little more in-depth. I’m glad to know I’ve dipped into each of these genres at least one time!

The most-read authors chart was a new addition to the reading stats, from what I’ve heard.

Not too bad for my overall stats!

It is no surprise that my most-read genre was mystery, or that my most-read author was Laura Griffin. I love her books!

The stats page is always readily accessible on StoryGraph which is something I love about using this site. You can track your reading throughout the year as it progresses, not just as a final wrap-up at the end of the year.

Seeing my reading habits displayed in this way challenges me to be more thoughtful about what I choose to read. It also reinforces to me that I prefer certain genres and moods over others, and that it’s okay to stick to what I like!

Do you use StoryGraph? If not, how do you prefer to track your reading? Tell me in the comments!

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