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Do you keep a list of the books you’ve read? How? In a journal? Through one of the online services? If so, WHY? To keep good records for future reference? To make sure you don’t accidentally reread? If not, why not? Too eager to move on to the next book? Too lazy? Never thought to bother?

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40 responses

  1. Ah…another great topic! Here’s MY BTT POST

  2. Interesting questions this week. You can find my answer this week here at

  3. I haven’t done one of these in a long while but I enjoyed today’s question. Here is my answer:

  4. Somehow, I started gushing about in my answer! Here’s my BTT:

  5. Great question and good to know I’m not alone! Here is my answer.

  6. Yes and here’s the moderately longer answer. Have a good weekend, everyone!

  7. Here is my response:

    Like a lot of the others Goodreads is my current logging choice.

  8. Awesome question! I love keeping track of my books, it’s part of the fun of reading! Here’s my full answer:


    This week’s question inspired me to dig up some old lists to publish on my blog. Thanks!

  10. My book reviews on the blog are straight out of my journals. You can read my full answer on my blog.

  11. I guess my previous link has a glitch, so I’ll try again – Booking Through Thursday

  12. My list is on I like discussing my favorites with others and getting their recommendations too.

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