Book Lust Journal

Book Lust Journal Many readers have wished for a way to record their thoughts after finishing a book or to remember their impressions of their book club meeting Nancy Pearl s Book Lust Journal is the perfect place to

  • Title: Book Lust Journal
  • Author: Nancy Pearl
  • ISBN: 9781570614538
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • Many readers have wished for a way to record their thoughts after finishing a book, or to remember their impressions of their book club meeting Nancy Pearl s Book Lust Journal is the perfect place to do these things and Based on the famous bestseller, this conveniently sized journal is a great place for readers to expand their reading experience The template offersMany readers have wished for a way to record their thoughts after finishing a book, or to remember their impressions of their book club meeting Nancy Pearl s Book Lust Journal is the perfect place to do these things and Based on the famous bestseller, this conveniently sized journal is a great place for readers to expand their reading experience The template offers plenty of room for internal discussion to recall favorite passages of books, or to think about how the book they re currently reading reflects their own life The template also functions as an easy access reference tool to return to previous entries they have written A detailed introduction explains how to make the most of the journal, while The Pearl 100 offers informed suggestions on great reads Additional templates enable readers to record books on their To Read list, note book passages to remember, and keep tabs on books lent to friends and family.

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    2 thoughts on “Book Lust Journal

    1. Nancy Pearl Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Book Lust Journal book, this is one of the most wanted Nancy Pearl author readers around the world.

    2. I love this journal! When I first got it in August 2008, I faithfully entered reviews and rated books as I finished reading them. Sometime on 2009 I joined online and have been leaving my comments on a virtual shelf. I still have half of this journal to fill, and since I've joined a new book club I have been writing in it more. I like the sections for jotting down favorite book quotes, and a place to keep track of books I want to read. When I created a account I immediately added Nancy's list [...]

    3. This was a gift to me from one of my teachers in the eighth grade. I was always telling her about books I had read, but never remembered the title/author/both. It has lasted me five years and is almost full. I bought a new one because it has been such an amazing asset to have. I recommend it to everyone who reads. It will help you to remember what you've read and how much you liked or didn't like it.

    4. This is a book that allows the owner to keep track of the books they have read. Basically it is GoodReads in book form, but not nearly as cool and doesn't nearly have as many features as GoodReads. It does however have nice binding and crisp pages that are lined and neatly organized. So, it works out great for logging in the books that I own. For example I have a Phillip K. Dick section in this book and personally own 35 Dick books. So, I write in the title, ISBN and then whatever other info fit [...]

    5. This journal makes for a great way to keep track of the books you've read if you like the idea of a hard copy versus something like . It's divided into four sections: Book Notes, Book Passages to Remember, Books I want to Read, and Books on Loan. There's also a short list of the author's favorite authors/books. But for the most part, this is just an empty journal waiting to be filled.

    6. Since receiving this as a gift from Tammra Salisbury in April 2006, I have faithfully recorded comments on every book I read and now am on my fifth journal. I even get satisfaction out of re-reading my comments!

    7. It seems silly to mark this "read" when most of the pages are my journal entries, but I did write in it all the way to the end, and there are quotes and recommendations on the index pages, so I read it. Mostly, I found it useful.

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