Reading Trackers to Use in 2020

I was so excited when the clock struck midnight on January 1st because that meant I finally got the opportunity to use my new tracking methods for the year.

I’m changing things up a bit in 2020. In years past I predominantly used Goodreads to track my books. Goodreads is still my favorite app, so that’s not going to change, but I’m also implementing some new trackers that I’m excited to start using. Check them out below:

Currently Reading Illustrated Reading Journal

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Tracking what I’m reading while getting to color? Sign me up! This tracker from Currently Reading podcasters Kaytee Cobb and Meredith Monday Schwartz has reading challenges, recommendations, entries for your Bookish Moment of the Week, and, of course, illustrations to color in along the way. As a Patreon supporter of the podcast, I got to download this journal for free, but you can also buy the download for $7. Download your copy here.


Sarah’s Book Shelves Rock Your Reading Tracker

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You can tell Sarah loves making Excel spreadsheets and has a real talent for it. This spreadsheet lets you track traditional reading stats (title, author, number of pages, etc.), but it also prompts you to track things like recommendation source, author gender, and diversity. You can see your overall stats as you enter them throughout the year to see what types of books are working best for you. This one has a little bit of a price attached to it ($14.99), but it’s totally worth it for the quality. Find the tracker here.


The Book Lover’s Journal

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I started using this tracker last year as a way to write down my thoughts about the books I was reading. I love this tracker…except for the fact that I ran out of room. You can only record 60 books per journal; to most people that would be plenty, for me it wasn’t quite enough. So, I bought two journals for this year. Besides recording all the basics (author, publisher, number of pages, etc.), you can also rate each book you’ve read by quality of writing, development of characters, ease of reading, and so much more. And it’s cute and compact enough to fit in a purse. Check it out on Amazon.


Goodreads 2020 Reading Challenge

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Goodreads will always be my go-to when it comes to tracking books. I refer back to the app a lot when I’m recording my books in other tracking methods. It’s so easy to use, and it has the information of the book built right in. It’s the best tracking app I’ve come across, and I’ve tried plenty others! Follow me on Goodreads here.


Yes, I’m such a big book nerd that I have four ways to track my books. What can I say? I love statistics just as much as I love reading!

What are some of the ways you track your reading? Let me know in the comments below!

 

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