Sunday, December 20, 2020

Goodreads: Your Year In Books Meme 2020

Hi there and welcome to the blog!
I'm so excited to do the Your Year in Books Meme. This is a meme that I created three years ago. It is a way to write a blogpost about the Goodreads Your Year in Books and to share it with others.

I was hoping that bloggers would participate, and that worked out pretty well last year! I hope I can get it even bigger this year.
This is actually a yearly meme where you write your final 2020 wrap up. Instead of the usual monthly or weekly memes.

I'd love for people to participate so please share your link at the end of this post!

You're free to write the blogpost in any way you like just to wrap up 2020.

I usually take the time to update my Year in Books Meme Blogpost every two days, so I keep it up to date! That way, you can participate whenever you like.



 Some statistics...
I've read 18.378 pages across 78 books.
The average length for the books I've read was 235 pages.







The shortest books I've read was Tagged (20 pages).
The longest book I've read was Breaking Dawn (756 pages).
  


The most popular book I've read was All the Light We Cannot See (2.225.269 other readers).
The least popular book I've read was Follow Your Nightmares (1 other reader).

  


My average rating this year was 3.9 ★★★★☆
The highest book I've rated was Sticky Brains (4.90 average).
 


My first review of 2020 was Queen of Shadows
My most recent review of the year 2020 was Merry Fuckin' Christmas and other Yuletide Shit.
 


My high scoring books this year
(Click the book to read the review)
   
   
   




How to participate
First of all; Thanks so much for reading!
I'd love for ANYONE to participate in this Meme and to read your blogposts about your own Goodreads Year in books.

Participating is easy:
1) Write your own Your Year in Books post.
2) Link back to this post.
3) Enter the link of your post in the widget below.
4) Tag your friends (if you like).
5. Check back here to enjoy other people's posts!
Click here to read more about this meme.

You can link up, over here:

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