As I started organizing my massive list of books to read last year, I was starting to feel like a book nerd to the highest extreme. I mean, I love reading, but I’ve never been the type of person who plows through a book a day or several in a week. Unless it’s something by Nora Roberts or Janet Evanovich (which I devour all at once), it usually takes me a while to get through a book because I take my time and enjoy the experience (who am I kidding?! I try to read before bed and I end up falling asleep before I can even finish a single page!) So this list was pretty daunting! By the time I finished my book reading tracker, I had 5 pages of books to read. Oh boy!
This downloadable book tracker is one you can print at home so you can make as many pages as you need. Pick from A5/Half-Letter or A6 or B6 paper sizes. What I love most about this set is the cover page! You can see that the download file is all black-and-white, which means you’re free to add your own personal touch of color. I used my Tombow Dual Brush Pens (in pastel) to give each book a touch of color. I love how subtle it is.
When you look at the chart for your book list, you’ll notice several columns that you can use to categorize your books.
- Book title
- Author name
- Year the book was published
- Type – I use this column to indicate what type of book I own/read.
- P = physical book
- E = ebook
- A = audiobook
- (And no, I didn’t write “PEA” on purpose. I personally prefer carrots.)
- Checkbox — when you’re done reading the book, color in this box or add a checkmark.
You can use this tracker to make a list of books you want to read or a list of books you’ve already read.
If you want to see how I created my own book reading tracker, you can check out my step-by-step process on the blog here: Book Reading Tracker in my Bullet Journal
Or if you’re a video type of person – I’ve got you covered for that too.