Booking Through Thursday asks this week:
Do you keep a list of the books you’ve read? How? In a journal? Through one of the online services? If so, WHY? To keep good records for future reference? To make sure you don’t accidentally reread? If not, why not? Too eager to move on to the next book? Too lazy? Never thought to bother?
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For a long time, I used to keep a database of all the books my wife and I read or wanted to read. The database contained over five thousand entries.
Then, in November of 2011, I received a Kindle Touch and discovered Goodreads. I have rated almost four hundred books since then on Goodreads, and have reviewed over fifty of them, as well as publishing reviews here and other places.
When I find time, I intend to add the books I read from the old database, to increase the amount, and quality, of recommendations.
I like to see what others are reading, and getting recommendations based on what I have read.
The Kinds of Books I Read and Review
Please check out this blog’s About page Book Review section, to see what kinds of books I read, as well as some sources I use.
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To see other responses, or to participate yourself follow this link: http://btt2.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/records/ .
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- Goodreads (kathrynleighaz.wordpress.com)
- Press or Pass Apps: Goodreads (lizbethwrightbooks.wordpress.com)