How Do You Keep Track of Books You Will Be Reviewing Or Reading?

Posted on the 09 June 2019 by Views She Writes @ViewsSheWrites
How do you keep track of books you will be reviewing or reading?

Weekend rolls in and there is a tendency to lose out on the time as it rolls by. Or it just might be that we enter into an alternate reality where the speed of time is much faster and before the blink of an eye, you miss out on both the days of the weekend. This might be what had happened to me as I missed out on posting for Saturday’s content. But that is also an advantage, as that means I will be putting up two posts today – one for the promotion of The Upstream Writer and another for Sawdust and spoons

All through the month of June, we will be hopping from one blog to another blog answering various questions on reading and reviewing. Do you want to join us in the next blog hop? Join our Facebook group.

How do you keep track of books you will be reviewing or reading?

Day 8 was hosted by The Upsteam Writer and discussed the question “How do you keep track of books you will be reading or reviewing?” The biggest issue an reviewer faces is the tracking of all the books to review. Everyone has their own way of sorting out and organizing.

Yesterday we discussed that on The Upsteam writer‘s blog along with Jo Linsdell, Fee Kelly, Eline and Brandy Potter on methods these reviewers take to organize their work. Come check it out at “How do you keep track of books you will be reading or reviewing?”

Next we are visiting Sawdust and spoons to discuss ” What were some of the most memorable books you read as a child?” Do follow the link and check out the fun.

How do you keep track of books you will be reviewing or reading?

Did you miss out on the previous discussions? Click on the links below and check out the fun we had in the last few days.

  1. Which book do you wish you had written? – Hosted by Jo Linsdell
  2. Would you or do you choose a book solely on the cover? – Hosted by Eline
  3. Do you review all the books you read? – Hosted by Fee Kelly
  4. What authors do you always read and recommend? – Hosted by Views She Writes
  5. How do you choose the next book to read? – Hosted by Eline
  6. Do you read classics? If so, what is your favorite? – Hosted by Kim
  7. Is there a specific genre you like to read during the Summer? – Hosted by A booklover’s adventure

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