2019 | A Reading Year in Review | Summary and Q&A

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December 31, 2019
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Ariel Bissett
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2019 | A Reading Year in Review

TL;DR

A booktuber reflects on her 2019 reading year, discussing favorite books, statistics, and bookish experiences.

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Key Insights

  • ❓ The booktuber had a challenging year but found comfort and solace in reading.
  • πŸ˜ƒ Bookish experiences, such as interviewing famous authors, setting up new bookshelves, and starting a book podcast, brought joy and fulfillment.
  • πŸ‘Ά The booktuber's favorite book design was "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," and her new favorite author was Brenna Thummler.

Transcript

and just like that another year has come and gone hello everybody welcome to 2019 a reading here in review I am so excited to do this video I have been doing these since 2012 so how long is that years eight years eight years that's crazy in this wrap-up I will be giving you some statistics about the books I read this year I'm gonna be going over th... Read More

Questions & Answers

Q: What were the booktuber's favorite bookish memories of the year?

The booktuber's favorite bookish memories included meeting and interviewing famous authors, setting up new bookshelves, starting a book podcast, and running a successful reading challenge called the Reading Rush.

Q: How many books did the booktuber read in 2019?

The booktuber read a total of 26 books in 2019.

Q: What were the booktuber's favorite genres of the year?

The booktuber's favorite genre of the year was graphic novels.

Q: What were the booktuber's favorite books of the year?

The booktuber's favorite books of the year were "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," "Blue Horses" by Mary Oliver, "Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me" by Mariko Tamaki, and "Sheets" by Brenna Thummler.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • The booktuber had a challenging year overall, but found solace in reading with an average of 26 books, including seven poetry collections, three non-fiction books, and fourteen novels.

  • Bookish highlights included interviewing Michelle Obama, Margaret Atwood, and Melinda Gates, setting up new bookshelves, starting a book podcast, and running a successful reading challenge.

  • The booktuber's favorite book design was "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," her new favorite author was Brenna Thummler, and she discovered a love for graphic novels.

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