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Reading Journal: For Book Lovers

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Writing Tips: Keep a Reading Journal | Writing Forward

Yes, I keep a reading journal (and by that, I mean a spiral notebook) for the books I haven’t blogged about yet. I love keeping the journal so I can write all the juicy spoilers I don’t want to reveal on my blog 🙂 I haven’t updated it in awhile. These are darling. Thanks for the chance to win!

Do you keep a reading journal? It’s basically a record of what you’ve read – impressions, reactions, questions, quotes, etc. It should at the very least include the date, title of the book, and the author’s name.

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Previously, I wrote an article, 9 Reasons to Keep A Reading Journal

Do you keep a reading journal? It’s basically a record of what you’ve read – impressions, reactions, questions, quotes, etc. It should at the very least include the date, title of the book, and the author’s name.

I don’t keep a reading journal, per se. But I do record my reads in a spreadsheet and then I blog so, together, that’s kind of like a reading journal!