There are so many incredible books to read, and so little time. For an avid reader like myself, a reading list is one of the main things I do to keep myself organized (and to help me remember why I wanted to read a book in the first place). It’s also one of the reasons why I’m able to read one book a week.
Why should you keep a reading list?
Especially if you have reading goals (monthly or yearly), keeping a list is one of the best ways to keep you on track. If your goal is to read one book a month, start by coming up with a list of the 12 books that are your highest priority. It will feel much more attainable once you write them down. Not to mention, it will serve as a great reminder to buy or rent the next book when your current read is getting towards the end.
My reading list
Since I’ve found such value from keeping a reading list, I’ve decided to post my reading list on the blog. I’ll be updating it weekly with my current reads, book recommendations, and what I’m planning on next. My hope is this may inspire you to pick up a book you’ve meant to read, or perhaps begin a reading list of your own!
Do you already keep a reading list and love it? Are you feeling inspired to start? Let me know about it in the comments.