Guys! Guuuuuysss! Guess what I just found?!?!?! You can export your books from Goodreads into an excel file!!!!
I know that might not seem super exciting , but it means that I can easily use excel to come up with reading stats!!!!
I know, I’m a nerd, deal with it!
- Books Read: 475
- Pages Read: 137,331
I only started tracking books in Goodreads in late 2016. I went back and added as many books as I could, but I am sure I am missing a lot. Obviously these are only stats on the books I have entered into Goodreads.
Stats Based on Dates:
How many books that I read that were published in each century
How many books I read every year. Note – I didn’t start keeping track until late 2016 so most books I don’t know when I read them.
Stats based on Publisher
How many books I have read that were published by each company.
Stats based on Ratings
Of the books I rated on goodreads, what rating I gave them.
The Average goodread ratings of the books I have read.
Stats Based on Titles
The words that appear most in the titles of the books I have read. I didn’t count small words like “The” or “a”
Stats Based on Series
How many books I have read that were part of a series vs stand alone.
Of the books that are in a series, how many were the first book in the series, or the second book in the series, etc.
That was fun! I love numbers ❤ Haha I was a math major after all. Do you keep stats of the books you have read? What are your numbers like?