Today I'm recommending contemporary fiction + nonfiction about fascinating (and scary?) medical technology, and my four-year-old, D, is recommending a board nook about God's love.
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Tracking books: Goodreads... Leave a comment below to let me know if you track your books and, if so, how?
Fiction: Spokane Christian Writers Conference // Brandilyn Collins // Dark Justice // Over the Edge // That Dog Won't Hunt
Nonfiction: Rewired by Dr. Ajay Seth
Children's: Nothing by Natalee Creech
Thanks for listening!
Congratulations on your new home! I hope and pray all goes well as you settle into your new space. <3ReplyDelete
I track my books a few different ways. I only started tracking consistently a few years ago, I do use goodreads and also use a spreadsheet for each year where I track the title, author, genre, date finished, format, source (library, own, borrow, etc), star rating, year published, notes- a brief note about the book, why I read it or my general feelings. ( i started the spreadsheets in 2020). I then do a monthly book wrap up on my blog- I started doing this consistently last year I think.
I also write the title in my planner on the day I finish. I wish I still had my book logs from middle school- I can remember being so proud of how many books I read. 7th grade I believe it was I read the most in my class. =) loved listening to your methods and the book review at the end by your little one!
Thanks, Amy! Oooooh, I love your spreadsheet idea 😍Delete