November Review – 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

With the penultimate month of the fanfiction reading challenge hosted by Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf coming to a close, I find my reading pace truly slowing down as the weather turns cooler. I seemed to not be able to settle on anything very long and I flitted from one short drabble to another. Quite a number of the stories I have read this month were re-readings of stories that I had recommended before.Read More »

September Review – 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

The third month of the fanfiction reading challenge hosted by Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf is winding down, and I find myself a little surprised at the numbers I’ve gotten this month. I was expecting to start slowing down this month as I often have before after the heat of the summer has abated a bit (not that it has much), but that would not seem to be the case.

I must allow that this has month has been chaotic as I live in the part of the country that Read More »

August Review – 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

As the second month of working on the fanfiction reading challenge hosted by Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf comes to a close, I have to say I’m rather pleased with the data I’ve collected so far. With the rounded average of 1.2 million words a month and the average word count of a novel being 90,000 words, I’m getting through about 13 novels a month or roughly 3 books a week. Not bad. (If I do say so myself.)

One thing I have noticed by recording what I read as I go, is that the more stressful and Read More »

July Review – 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge

At the beginning of July, I came across a fanfiction reading challenge being hosted by Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf and thought that it not only sounded like my kind of thing, but it was also a perfect excuse to get a more accurate picture of my own reading habits.

As I rarely read actual books anymore unless they are nonfiction, I really can’t get an accurate idea of the volume of fiction reading that I do online within any given Read More »