How do you keep track of the books you read?

I found that writing a blog review has helped me keep track of and remember what I read but thanks to a birthday present bought for me out the blue I now have an easier way.

My sister brought me a little book to record the Books I Have Read & Books I Want to Read which is a British Library backed idea.

It’s a lovely little book with pretty pages where you can keep a record of what you read and jot down any books you come across that you want to read, you know when you need a little birthday list help!

Luckily I had a helping hand with my blog to record the books I’ve read in the last few years. Somewhere I have a little notebook I used to record books into so if I find that then I can add a few more entries.

The only downside is what happens when you fill a letter up?! I guess you just need to keep buying more of these books to keep track. It could be an issue for avid readers but it could also bring about a challenge – find books to read with titles that fit in your lesser used letters and then fill the whole book up before needing to buy a complete new one.

That might be quite fun although how many book titles begin with the letter Z is anyone’s guess!

Still for someone who enjoys reading it’s a nice little gift.


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