Wednesday, January 6, 2016

2015 Infographics

This is part 2 of my 5-part 2015 wrap-up.
Here are a bunch of infographics that sum up my 2015 reading year. Some of them are stolen from Goodreads, the rest were made by me.




Goodreads Challenge




Star Ratings




Many, Many Pie Charts





Other = The Netherlands, South Korea, Norway.








One More Thing











16 comments:

  1. Wow, I love your pie charts. These infographics are such a great idea, it will be awesome in a few years time to look back and see if your reading tastes have changed much. Thanks for sharing! :)

    Obsessive Compulsive Reader

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    1. Yeah, I have different reading goals this year, so it’ll be interesting to see how things change.

      Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  2. Love this!!! Really interesting to see a year in books in that way.

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  3. I didn't look too much at what I read last year, but this is such an interesting way of displaying everything that I might have another look! Thanks for sharing :D
    Enchanted by YA

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  4. I love statistics! Super interesting to see yours! I've actually been thinking about pickign up the Dark Tower because I remember King saying smth like he considers this series to be hist most important work. Super curious about this. You're so lucky you picked so many good books and got so many 5 star ratings, I read about the same amount of books as you total and only had 6 or 7 five stars.

    - Jen from The Bookavid

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    1. Overall, I liked The Dark Tower series. Most of the books are really, really good, but a few of them are really, really awful.

      Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  5. Yes! I love this! I may need to steal this idea for next year. Thanks for sharing! :)

    Cheryl @ I Heart Fictional People

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  6. These are awesome! I use tags on my reviews to keep track of some stats like this, but I've never put them into charts or anything. But I love charts so I'm not sure why I haven't done it yet! I think it may be easier to make a spreadsheet, though, because my blog only lets me put so many tags in each review... Great job with your reading last year, and here's hoping 2016 is even better for you!

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    1. A spreadsheet would be useful. I used a notebook and Goodreads to keep track of everything last year.

      Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  7. Thanks for sharing this! I love peeking at everyone's else's statistics. I love your pie charts. Such interesting information!

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  8. LOVE these! You made them so fun and colorful. I can't even imagine how much time it must take to get all your statistics. Basically, if Goodreads doesn't tell me, I have no idea hahha. I DO wish I knew some of them though, especially the genre one, because everyone seems to know that one. Oops? Poor Incarceration too- only 6 people read it! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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    1. Yeah, I think this post took longer than any other post I’ve done. Getting the statistics involved a lot of counting, recounting, and looking stuff up on Goodreads.

      Aj @ Read All The Things!

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