It's the start of a new year so once again I'm looking over what I accomplished last year.
Due to a large family project that took up a lot of my time and an exercise program I undertook so I could walk the Inca trail, I only managed to read 44 books (down from 53 in 2015).
Of those 44 books, one was an autobiography, one was general fiction, one was history, and one was about linguistics. The rest broke down as follows:
science fiction = 21 (5 of which were YA)
fantasy = 10 (2 YA)
urban fantasy = 7
horror = 2
I also read two graphic novels.
My male to female ratio was 21:19, so pretty even.
In terms of diversity, I read 4 'own voices' books and 4 books where the character was POC or disabled, etc. but as far as I'm aware the author wasn't.
This was my best year for urban fantasy for quite some time. I loved the originality of the books that came out this year and hope to see more of it going forward.
I'm doing a separate post on my reading resolutions for this year, which will go live tomorrow.