Friday, September 3, 2021

August Reading Wrap Up

There have been multiple times in August I opened up a blank post to write a review, either mini or an actual one. And clearly that never happened. Sometime that was block where I couldn't think of what to write. Most of the time it had to do with a certain someone requiring constant attention. 
It was also just general busy month but now the month is over and we're even a few days into September which have also been busy. 

But hey, I've spent a long time half writing this/half paying attention to rewatch 100 of Ted Lasso so let's just get into those stats, shall we?

Number of books read
Shit Actually: The 100% Definitive Guide to Modern Cinema by Lindy West
Julie and Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously by Julie Powell
Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey: Crazy Stories About Racism by Amber Ruffian and Lacey Lamar
Andrea Vernon and the Corporation for Ultrahuman Protection by Alexander C. Kane

Number of pages read


Female authors

BIPOC authors

US authors

audiobook: 80%
paperback: 20%

Where'd I get the book
chain bookstore: 20%
Kindle/Audible: 60%
library: 20%

Apparently this was a busy month and I do remember a lot of not wanting to think. I was going to add some more to the end of that sentence but really, "not thinking" is enough.

Published decade
2000s: 20%
2010s: 40%
2020s: 40%

Resolution books
20% - just the one Amber Ruffian book, which was a reread from earlier this year but it was SO GOOD