Wrap Up: 2021 in Books

It’s time to do a wrap up of all the books I read last year! I hit my goal of reading 35 books by reading 36. I am pleased I managed to read so many, despite having a bit of a rough year health-wise. I ended the year with quite a few audiobooks as I’ve been struggling with back and shoulder pain. Because of this continuing issue, I have set a lower goal for 2022 to avoid any unnecessary pressure, and am aiming to read 25 books.

I started using StoryGraph in 2021 and the site comes with some very interesting graphs! I seem to read a fairly even amount of slow/medium/fast paced books, which isn’t surprising as I do like to mix it up and read a variety of paces. It seems I don’t read many short books, generally going for medium length. I mostly read print books in 2021, but did read a lot more audiobooks than in 2020. I expect I’ll probably read mostly audiobooks this year, depending how I get on at the hospital and whether my health improves.

2021 was a fantastic reading year and I can’t wait to see what new books I discover in 2022! How was your reading year, what books did you love? Chat with me in the comments!

6 thoughts on “Wrap Up: 2021 in Books

  1. I’m so proud of you on finishing The Queen Of Air And Darkness 🥺❤️
    I have read all the books but I’m meaning to read the last book, seeing the bulkiness I have been stalling 😚🤣🤣🙈🥴
    Also Story Graph is such a great one, it is a game changer for all readers!

  2. Oooh I really like using the Storygraph! I haven’t completely transitioned over because I think the social features are better on goodreads so now I have to remember to update both, which is a bit of a challenge haha. Congratulations on meeting your reading goal and I hope you enjoy your reading in the new year as well!

      • I think I’ll probably transfer over at some point, but I think it’ll be a case of once Storygraph becomes big enough that goodreads feels redundant I’ll make the leap haha. I also haven’t imported all of my old reading into storygraph (just 2021 and now 2022) because my goodreads goes back a long way and doesn’t really reflect my reading tastes now, so I didn’t want it to influence my storygraph, but equally I still want it there to look back on haha. Maybe I’m over complicating things tho lol. And thank you^_^

  3. Exactly!! I see it and it gives me guilt now cause I really loved lord of shadows and the cliffhanger at end, aahh I seriously need to pick up that book! Maybe your post inspires me to finish it this year, who knows!? Haha I’ll let you know if I read it lmao
    Also agreed, seeing the graph feels like seeing finance 😜😂😂😂

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