A few years ago – way back in 2018 actually, I posted a list of reading tracker ideas and it still gets lots of interest today. While that list has still got some great options for you, I thought I’d refresh it a bit and add some fun new book tracker ideas to bring it into 2022. I feel like we could all use a little boost!
Digital Reading Journal
Starting with the reading journal that I’m most excited to use, this awesome digital planner for the iPad by Flourish Planner. This reading journal is specifically designed to house your reading list, book reviews and more.
Printable Reading Journal
Is physical tracking more your speed? How about this great 24 page printable book tracker made by ThePrintablePage on Etsy! Super simple and lots of options so you can tailor your experience to your preferences.
Ok, seriously. How friggin cute?! I’m a little bit obsessed with this one by LeWillowbean and judging by the reviews, lots of other people are too. I love that these bookmarks are both multifunctional and aesthetically pleasing. Write your completed books right onto the bookmark when you’ve finished and that’s it! Nothing difficult to keep up with and helps you keep your place. Brilliant!
Library Card Bookmark
You thought the last one was cute, look at this blast from the past! Designed to look like a classic library card, this reading tracker from squarepopsicle is so much fun! Nothing fancy, just an adorable and practical way to keep tabs on what books you’ve read.
Excel Spreadsheet Reading Log
Let’s switch gears a bit here and offer something to our data loving friends. If you love storing and sorting information, this one by PeregrineDesignAu is going to be for you! What a fantastic and organized way to sort your bookish information by author, rating, genre – you name it! Even colour code to your heart’s content!
Reading Journal: A Book Lover’s Log
Want a book to log your books? Yeah, me too. If you like to have a dedicated tracker that you can hold in your hand and keep detailed notes and thoughts, this is a great option! This journal allows you to include 100 books so keep that in mind.
The Book Lover’s Journal
This journal is a classic design and if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it. Right? It’s been a popular seller for YEARS and for good reason. Nothing fancy, just the information that you want to capture in a compact spiral bound organizer.
What I Read Mini Journal
Are you looking for something small and portable that you can just throw in your bag and take everywhere with you without having to haul out a heavy book? This tiny little reading tracker might be exactly what you’re looking for to help you jot down your reading on the go!
My Reading Life
The OG book blog lovers will probably know this one from Anne Bogel, the blogger behind Modern Mrs Darcy and the empire of books, podcasts and appearances that she’s created. She’s living the dream for all of us! Who better to help us keep track of our reading than the woman who literally wrote the book on it!
I hope you got some great ideas for your own reading tracker this year and found this post useful! I would love it if you’d follow along with me on social media and if you’re so inclined, share this image in Pinterest!