This covers only October, November, and December 2010.
Number of books reviewed: 168
Number of pages read: 28,343
Number of male authors read**: 75
Number of female authors read**: 109
Number of board books: 13
Number of picture books: 39
Number of children's books: 13
Number of middle grade: 10
Number of young adult: 22
Number of adult: 24
Number of christian: 19
Number of nonfiction: 12
Number of graphic novels: 13
Number of poetry: 3
Number of short story/novella collections: 3
Number of review copies: 73
Number of library books: 72
Number of borrowed books: 16
Number of bought books: 7
Number of gift books: 0
Number of books read under 24 pages: 10
Number of books read over 450 pages: 6
Longest book read: He Knew He Was Right. by Anthony Trollope (992 pages)
Shortest book read: It's Christmas Time! by Salina Yoon (8 pages)
Favorite poetry book: Camille Saint-Saens's The Carnival of the Animals. Jack Prelutsky.
Favorite novella collection: A Darcy Christmas: A Holiday Tribute to Jane Austen. By Amanda Grange, Carolyn Eberhart, and Sharon Lathan.
Favorite board book: Who am I? Salina Yoon.
Favorite picture book: All The Things I Love About You. LeUyen Pham.
Favorite early reader: We Are In A Book! Elephant and Piggie Series. Mo Willems.
Favorite nonfiction for children: Just One Bite: 11 Animals and their Bites at Life Size! Lola M. Schaefer.
Favorite nonfiction for older readers: They Called Themselves the K.K.K: The Birth of an American Terrorist Group. Susan Campbell Bartoletti.
Favorite graphic novel: The Odyssey. Gareth Hinds.
Favorite children's book: Anna Hibiscus. Atinuke.
Favorite middle grade book: The Butler Gets A Break. A Bellweather Tale. Kristin Clark Venuti.
Favorite young adult novel: Wintersmith. Terry Pratchett.
Favorite adult novel: Doomsday Book. Connie Willis. Miss Hargreaves. Frank Baker. The Weed That Strings The Hangman's Bag. (Flavia de Luce #2). Alan Bradley.
Favorite classic: Lady Anna. Anthony Trollope.
Favorite christian children's book: The Road to Paris. Nikki Grimes.
Favorite christian nonfiction: The Evangelicals: What They Believe, Where They Are, And Their Politics. Christopher Catherwood.
Favorite christian fiction: While We're Far Apart. Lynn Austin.
**This note is for both books by men and women. I did repeat authors. And I tallied for each book I read, not for each author. So I didn't read books by 149 different women and 69 different men. A handful of books had multiple authors, so I counted each author. And a few books didn't list an author at all. That's why this total doesn't match the number of books read.