One of the best things about starting a Goodreads challenge in January is that you can track what you’re reading throughout the year, and then see a general overview by the end. But, let’s be honest, it doesn’t give you that much information.
In 2018, I’m taking it to the next level. Thanks to Mercedes from MercysBookishMusings on YouTube I discovered the wonderful Sophie from Portal in the Pages and her genius bookish spreadsheet.
I know, I know, a spreadsheet does not fill everyone with joy, but I could not be happier that it exists. Sophie has done all of the hard work for you, and it is available to download for free here.
You can track what you’re reading, how many books are on your TBR, what genres you favour and if you’re reading diversly etc etc etc.
It means that by the end of 2018 I will know exactly what I have read, and who I was reading so that I can make more informed decisions in 2019.
I cannot wait to get started! Don’t worry, you can thank me later.
2 thoughts on “How I’m tracking my reading in 2018”
OMG I LOVEE THIS!
it may seem a little boring to some people, but writing down about my reading, makes me extremely happy!
i hate a small notebook with my reviewing schedule,, and im thinking about adding my other books( the one i read for pleasure, youknow)
It’s so useful! I’m looking forward to seeing the results at the end of the year.