2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 Something that I have been keeping up a lot is the counting of my bookshelves. I find it interesting to see the statistics of my shelves and how it changes over the years. As you can see from the links above I have done this almost every year… Continue reading Playing That Numbers Game | 2021
As I was thinking what else could I do my shelf stats on someone asked on twitter what others had of a title starting with a letter. That got me interested and I decided to see what my shelves were divided in. I will be honest and say I only did the shelves downstairs, and… Continue reading Shelf Stats #3 // The Alphabet
Sometimes one gets ideas. Ideas that are somewhat time consuming. After looking at my shelves and seeing the male-female ratio of authors I looked at another statistic. The publishers. I can tell you I clearly underestimated the amount of different imprints I have on my shelves. My gosh. And I had to write it all… Continue reading Shelf Stats #2 / Who Are the Publishers on My Shelves?
So here I am again with yet more stats this month. But I am having fun with looking at all these numbers even though math isn’t exactly my strong suit. Anyway someone *coughLaLaintheLibrarycough* asked for a comparison of 2018-2019 and I had to be extra and do all the years since I started doing these… Continue reading Playing That Numbers Game // Comparing 2016 to 2019
2016 / 2017 / 2018 It is July 7th and I am starting this first Sunday of July off with the statistics of my book shelves before heading into the actual 4 parts that show the books. Once again I made an infographic with Piktochart. Even though I like canva for most things, piktochart just… Continue reading Book Shelf Tour 2019 // Playing That Numbers Games
How were my reading stats in 2017? Did things change compared to last year?
Now that we are well into 2017 it is always good to look back on those reading statistics of 2016.
At the start of this year I thought it would be fun to keep track of some reading statistics. I always find those things interesting as they give insight in your reading habits/choices you might not have otherwise noticed. And it will be interesting to keep track of it next year as well and compare.… Continue reading Statistics 2015 – January to June