The TBR list .. how does everyone keep track of it? A written list?The TBR list … how does everyone keep track of it ? A written list ? Pearl #questionnaire
I use GoodReads. .. and book suggestions written on slips of paper tucked everywhere. 😉
By staking all over the house and rebuying because you forgot you already wanted to read it and bought it a year ago. You know, like s responsible adult. ?
I keep a written list and also a Goodreads list ☺
My library has an app that you can make your list in and then move them onto a wait list or check them out if available. . I also use Goodreads too.
I save mine on my wish list on my bookstore website (Chapters Indigo)
I have a Excel sheet (where I keep track of everything) and I also have a list on Litsy (great app!).
Mine are on the shelf or on my kindle.
I write them down in notebooks and also goodreads
I keep track of mine in Google Docs.
I have an Amazon list with upcoming releases. When they’re released I download a sample to read, just to determine if I would want to read the entire book. Then the book is added to 2 lists: a separate library list on Amazon, and a “TBR” list through my local library system. The reason for the two lists: the library’s website is a pain to navigate on phone (they don’t have an app), while Amazon is a lot easier to pull up if I’m out shopping, and want to check what’s on my list. My physical TBR pile is kept to specific shelves in my bookcase.
I just let them pile up and stare me down.
My list is on Goodreads.
I also have a wishlist on Amazon.
I just walk through library stacks and pick what strikes me. List? WAY too much organization in my life! The books I buy with Christmas gift B&N cards, I donate to library after I read them.
Goodreads!! But I don’t really follow it. I just read whatever happens to strike my fancy at the time.
Its somewhere in my head but I should probably write them down. The list is getting long.
I makes notes in a ? notebook. Old fashioned ?
But maybe a very good idea ?
A stack on the floor!!
Goodreads. Before that a paper list in my wallet.
Everwhere! I have lists on my phone, PC, written lists at home, in my purse, on Goodreads.
No i just look at the covers on my ipad
Goodreads it’s over 1,000 books so I couldn’t do it by hand
Currently, my TBR list is mainly on Amazon or my Overdrive wish list/holds list. Oh, I also have snapshots and notes on my phone from when I’m out and about 🙂
I use an excel spreadsheet that covers all of my book related lists – what I’ve read, what I’ve bought, new books coming out, etc.
Good idea … ?
It took some time to set up but is easy to maintain. Plus I put it in Dropbox so it’s on my desktop computer and iPhone so when I’m in a bookstore, I can check my lists so I don’t buy a book that I already have.
I have a TBR shelf on my bookcase, once I’ve read them, they are either donated or put on my permanent shelf
I have piles on. My nightstand. The read first pile, the read when I finish the first pile pile and the read eventually pile. I never know what mood I’m going to be in when I choose my next read.
I just keep swimming
I use Goodreads!
I have a lot of books in my Kindle, plus Goodreads, plus my Amazon wishlist, plus my NYPL wishlist. Dang, I have a huge TBR!
Long wish list on Amazon & Overdrive. Books I’ve purchased are on my Kindle, those I’ve read on the kindle cloud.
I use Goodreads!
I have a list on my phone. Use it to buy and check off what I’ve read.
On my Kindle, you can tell which books you’ve read as well as how much of the book you’ve read.
Goodreads for sure
Goodreads and the mountain of books next to my bed 😉
Exactly the same! ?
I have a mountain of books on my desk and some by the tv
Sample books on my Kindle.
+1 to Goodreads
It’s a terrific way to keep track of your read books and want to read books.
I take a snap shot of it on my phone and add it to my book album in my photos. I used to do it on my phone under notes titled Books I want to read:)
I use Goodreads! It’s really helpful if I can’t quite remember reading or wanting to read a certain book!! Lol ?
I have a written list of titles and authors. I still like paper.
A written list n Goodreads
Written list is for books I’ve read so Goodreads, my desk and by the tv for books I want to read
My Amazon cart…”Saved for Later” ?
I do that too;) and hold it on eBay:)
I have all my tbr books that I already own together on one shelf. The ones I don’t own I have added to my goodreads shelf. ?
for the books I want but havent been able to buy yet, I have a private wish list on amazon.
Goodreads- and my BFF, @Pam.
Wishlist on Amazon. Actually I have a couple depending on mood
Goodreads, Amazon Cart, Amazon Wishlist, the teetering stack on my nightstand, and forty-eleven more queued up on my Kindle. Plus library holds. I might have *issues.*
You have my kind of issues! ?
Very common issues!
I have a wish list on my Nook and the Goodreads site
I have a shelf of books that I have bought and a little notebook I list titles in. I cross them out once I’ve checked them out of the Library or bought them.
I’m s bit old school, I tried Goodreads but found it tiresome. Now I just use a small notebook which I keep in my handbag….works a charm!
Goodreads is the best!!!!
Mine is so large that its now become furniture. I don’t recommend that method and I won’t even contemplate my electronic TBR pile.
Goodreads and the stack on my nightstand. ?
Goodreads is the best!
I keep track of mine on Goodreads.
A spread sheet and I have the corresponding numbers in a Tupperware bowl. It is fun to choose my next read by drawing a number. My rule is that I have to read the book I “draw” or toss it out.
That would be tough for me to do
Goodreads for me. You can add a book to different lists, like read
Want to read
Today I have taken screen shots of the books I want to read until I have time to add them to Goodreads or look on Amazon
Audrey, I do that often!