Hi friends 💜
If there’s one thing I can’t live without, it’s a planner so I can be on track with all the things I need to do (which is…a lot, because as my friends love to say, Aria, you’ve got your finger in every freaking pie).
So, because the planners I get from Daiso don’t have pages to keep track of my book blogging/reading journey, I’ve designed some of my own. They might not be suitable for everyone since we have different preferences and all, but I hope these will be helpful to most of you! (And, if you have any suggestions whatsoever, please feel free to share them in the comments section below 😊)
In this set, there are 6 pages:
- Books Read This Year
A page for easy overview of the titles you’ve read by month 💪
- Reading Log
Where you can be slightly more detailed about the titles you’ve read. You can record titles and their authors, along with your rating for the book in chronological order.
- Book Review
This page is split into sections where you can write key details about a book you’re going to review. Included are sections for:
c) Pages & Format (ie: 344 pages, paperback)
d) Published (ie: 15 April 2020 by Oleander Publishing)
e) ISBN (feel free to input ASIN or whichever!)
g) Favourite Quotes
h) Points for Review
- Priority Reads
For keeping track of your borrowed books, ARCs, and TBR!
- Book Birthdays
Made especially for keeping track of when certain books will be published so you won’t forget to shout-out, give love, and everything else 😉
- Wishlist (and price comparison)
Because certain shops have better prices and it’s always good to stay within our budgets ✨
To get the full printable PDF file 👇
Do you keep a reading planner or journal? Or, do you use an app/website to keep track of all your bookish needs? ❤
As always, thank you so much for stopping by!
Until next time~