Reading Wish Lists
These sites are free, easy to use and provide unique ways of keeping track of what you have read and would like to read.
- With Goodreads you can put items on "shelves" with names that you pick yourself. Like other social network sites you can have friends and join groups, but it is just a side benefit for this site. Even if you don't want to participate in those features, it is a great way to keep track of what you have read and would like to read in the future.
- I use LibraryThing to keep track of the books I own, but it can be used in many different ways. Create lists of the books you want to put on hold, find author events nearby or just see what you might like to read next. LibraryThing is free up to 200 items in your library. You can give a lifetime membership to someone for only $25!
I find that jotting down a sentence or two after finishing a book helps me remember more about it and helps me process what I've read. The beauty of both of these sites is that no matter where you are, you can add books you want to read. Each website has an app that I have installed on my iPhone!
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