How do u keep up with read books? Me-a notebookHow do u keep up with read books?Me-a notebook Morgan #questionnaire #e-book
I also, write reviews but more for my sake.
Goodreads. But I’ve only started keeping track this past year
Goodreads + Overdrive for library books.
Goodreads. I use it for my grandma too and we transitioned over from her reading book. Much easier when we are out browsing looking at books. Once I’m logged in, a quick scan/search and we can see if she’s read it or not! She’s had the notebook since 2003 with over 800 books in there so if it didnt make it in there, even if she has read it, chances are she wont remember the story anyway ?
Notebook and good reads
I keep a reading log in my journal
Goodreads. I’d never remember which one’s I’ve read without it lol
I don’t. I end up re-buying the same book and use language unbecoming to a lady when I realize it.
Kathy Shea Yup!?
Spreadsheet on computer—that way I can sort them by date, title, author, rating or anything else I choose to include!
I personally use both good reads and a notebook. My notbook is way more in depth than my goodreads list.
My notebook pages include; Title, Author, published date, ISBN, pages, series Y/N, Format: audio/Ebook/book, recommended by, date started/ended, rating, quotes and page found, recomend to others? Y/N.
I have been writing this in composition notebooks since middle school. I had an english teacher in middle school that gave us extra credit if we turned in our “Reading Tracker” every friday. I filled 5 composition notebooks in my 2 years in her class. I have just continued because I like the idea of keeping track of everything I read. I have a plastic storage container filled with my book journals….
Good reads but it has its issues so i keep it written down somewhere also
I use to use GR but i dont like it now
Goodreads and a somewhat accurate memory.
Goodreads and notebook ?
I always wish I had started that 30 years ago.
I say that all the time. That’s why I started a GoodReads account for my girls as soon as they started reading chapter books. At least they will have all that to look back on.
I’ve kept book journals for the last 15 years. So fun re-reading them once in a while!
Goodreads!!! The best!!
I don’t. I just read.
Goodreads. I have picked up books before that I’ve not been sure if I’ve read or not – goodreads is good to check!
@Yamilla Where did you get your journal?
Index cards. Alphabetically by authors last name
A printed journal ?.
I keep track, by year, on my phone (I use Samsung Notes). That keeps me from forgetting to log a book. As time allows, I transfer that info to my master list – an excel spreadsheet that I keep in Dropbox so I have easy access. It sounds like alot of work, but it works for me.
@Carolyn I have an excel file as well. It has the name of the book, author, genre, page length, and a rating up to 5. I just started mine this year.
goodreads app since a few weeks now..whenever I start a book I search it there and mark it.. same as books I see recommended here will go on my want to read list on goodreads 🙂
My dad initials the inside covers in tiny writing.
Notebooks, I take notes on the books I’m reading, then I also have a list of the ones I have read.
Goodreads. I believe you can export your information so you have a copy.
Really ??. I only ever use it on my iPhone but that may change lol! Ty Angela!
Goodreads and notebook
I log all mine on Goodreads.
I don’t…never thought about it…I just read them and move on..
evernote and goodreads
Goodreads!!! I cant keep up with my books any other way
Good reads, I like to write reviews and it’s easier to type than do anything else
I also keep a pen written record of all my books read. For me it’s been 6 years and it is fun
I keep a Google doc every year. For a while, I was keeping track by month, but I discovered to my surprise it had a negative impact on my reading. I felt as if I were getting chores done, and if one month had fewer titles than others, I didn’t like it. I started to feel I was reading because I OUGHT to read. I fretted about this to my husband and he said, Just write the year at the top, forget the months. It worked!