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Author Topic: How do you keep track of your books for the year??  (Read 7685 times)

Offline reenz

How do you keep track of your books for the year??
« on: March 05, 2019, 01:24 AM »
Hi everyone, so I'm rather curious as to how everyone keeps track of the books they want for the year ahead!

Personally, I have a folder on goodreads - books of 2019 and then as I read them they go into the read pile and then I cross reference with an excel spreadsheet that is divided by month and then author, book, title, series and release date.

so when I see books I like that are going to be released, if I can find them on goodreads, I "ear mark" them there and then it goes onto my list, when I have a title (because sometimes its untitled as it might be another book in a series) and a release date, then it gets put in the relevant month on the spreadsheet...…. maybe im just abit strange with this....but its served me well over the years....

How do you organise your books for the year???
 
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Offline BBN

Re: How do you keep track of your books for the year??
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2019, 03:46 AM »
Theoretically, Goodreads should be how I keep track. But sadly, I am bad about keeping up with it. Fortunately, the ebook reading app I use, Moon+Reader Pro, keeps tracks of when I read a book, how long it took me, how many words per minute, etc.

TTYL,
BBN
 
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Re: How do you keep track of your books for the year??
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2022, 05:22 PM »
I use Goodreads. Dont always leave a review but rate and add to folder labeled current year.
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Offline orbifolia666

Re: How do you keep track of your books for the year??
« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2023, 02:55 AM »
Goodreads, of course. I also recently discovered The Story Graph and it's great!
 
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