What are some of the best ways you’ve discovered to keep

What are some of the best ways you’ve discovered to keep

8/4/2021, 4:25:40 PM
What are some of the best ways you’ve discovered to keep track of your reading? I’ve done reading journals, tracked on Goodreads, and made little lists in various planners and notebooks. Today I’m partnering with @whatbookapp #ad ) to tell you about their new app you can customize to keep track of your reading, make your own personalized lists, and send and receive book recommendations. . Some of the bookshelf lists I’ve customized are “Best of 2018” so I can keep track of my favorites from this year (so when December rolls around I’ll have quick glance at my top contenders for my Top 10) and “YA Recommendations”, because parents are always asking me which books I can recommend to their kids, and I’m often scrambling to remember which books I’ve read that might be more appropriate for that audience. (I already know I’m going to end up with like 20 lists because that’s how I do. haha) The app is free and you can connect to and follow people that you think might have good recommendations for you. . I’ve tried a couple different book only apps, but I like the ability to make all the lists I want on this one and how easy it is to send a book recommendation to someone. I’m generally not into the “one more app” deal, but since I’m already making book lists in journals anyway, this seems like a nice and easy way to keep it on my phone and with me whenever I’m out and about. . I’m on there as “Folded Pages Distillery”! Let me know what your user name is so I can follow you back. . #goodreads #whatbook #bookrecommendation #socialreadia

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