Book journal & Reading Spreadsheet | Update 2019

Hi, folks!

A few months back, I gave you a peek at my book journal. This is just a quick video to update you on the spreads I will be using in 2019:

Notes:

Projects mentioned in the video:

I’ve also made a simplified version of my reading spreadsheet, and I briefly explained how it works on this video:

Do you keep a book journal or a reading spreadsheet? If you have any suggestions, please let me know in the comments 🙂

Yours truly,

J.


Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues

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  1. I use Goodreads to do my book recording. Mostly, I’m concerned with page counts (I’ve been trying to surpass 31,000 pages for a few years). However, in the new year & with my book-buying ban, I’m going to be starting a few lists about what books I’m borrowing and where they are borrowed from. I’m only just started in becoming interested in the data surrounding my book habits.

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    1. To track the borrowed books – that’s a good idea. I usually do that on my journal. When I started to collect the data on my reading habits, I was really surprised with what I found. Since then, it has helped me to change things I wanted to improve – so I do recommend. 🙂

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  2. I’m so impressed with your organisation – I wish I could be that focused with my reading, but I tend ot be all over the place. I *do* now track what books I read and when on a very simple spreadsheet, but nothing as clever or elaborate as yours!

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    1. Thank you, Karen! I started my book journal this year, actually. So far, so good. And the spreadsheet gas evolved along the years. 🙂

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  3. I have kept a record of what I’ve read on my blog, but a digital method is never as preferred as an analogue one. In my Midori Traveler’s Notebook, I write the book I am reading every week, as well as those I receive to review. But now I am thinking I would like to record quotes or a brief reaction to each book I read. (With my memory, I sometimes wish I had written the ending!) I like your spreadsheet system, which is far more organized than I have ever attempted.

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    1. Thank you, Meredith 🙂 I’ve been thinking about using my book journal to write about the books I read, too. On a side note: I got The Pillow Book, so I will ne taking part in the readalong!

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