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Reading Journal: For Book Lovers Diary – March 30, 2010
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Most pages include spaces to record the following:
Title, Author, Date Published, Category (Fiction, Non-Fiction, etc.), Date Started, Date Finished, Rating (0-5 Stars), "Inspired me to learn about these subjects", all followed by a full page for "Notes".
Some pages have, at the bottom, little quotes from famous authors about reading and books.
Dotted along throughout the journal are places to fill in fun information. These include, but are not strictly limited to:
~A 2-page spread about your "Biblio Style", including favorite authors, favorite books, favorite places to read, favorite genres, etc.
~A page to show, basically, what kind of books are currently on your book shelves.
~A page to fill in authors that have most influenced you.
~"Reading Trees", to track how reading one book influenced you to read another book.
~A page to make your own little award ceremony for books.
~Literary face-offs, where you check who you like the best from lists of authors and literary characters.
~A favorite quotes page.
~Two page spread concerning books being turned into movies.
I really like the expansive list that it offers of "must read" books, and find the "borrowing and lending records" in the back to be quite handy as I always seem to be handing books out to people and then forgetting where they went.
Honestly, after buying this particular reading journal, I can't imagine myself returning to a different design.
Oh, and for the record, there is another journal, I think it's called "Bibliophile", which has the same interior, in case you happen to like the outside of that one better!
Recommend to any reader. Good way to keep track of favorite authors, series and future reads.