The Benefits of Keeping a Reading Journal – by Melissa Donovan…

on Writing Forward:

Journal writing is something I’ve done on and off since I was a kid. I’ve always wanted to keep a reading journal, but usually I inhale books, leaving little time between chapters to jot down my thoughts and reactions.

And by the time I finish reading, it’s often the wee hours of the night and time to fall asleep, which means I’m too exhausted to post entries in a reading journal.

Next thing I know, I’m on to the next book without a minute to spare.

But lately I’ve been trying to capture my reading experiences by writing down notes about what I’ve read, and I find it incredibly helpful.

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4 thoughts on “The Benefits of Keeping a Reading Journal – by Melissa Donovan…

  1. I am blogging about the books I read – and I have at least made lists of what I have read for the last 10 years. But apart from that blogging thing which I started for a 2017’s reading challenge I did not note my thoughts before.

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