Welcome to my Book Review Journal.
This 8" x 10" book is a great way to keep track of the books you've read. Forgot who you borrowed it from? Jot in down in the allotted space.
And if you borrowed it: When do I need to return it? Again, use the allotted space to note 'when'!
This is such a neat cover; it has the perspective of a book lying on the floor when indeed it's a flat cover! Fooled ya!
Now you can keep ALL Your Reviews of 'books read' in ONE Place!
This special Book Review Journal keeps all your book notes handy in one place and it’s for those of us who keep getting asked, “What book would you recommend I read next?” And lo-and-behold, you forget the title, or the author’s name…
Are you always lending out your books and then forget to whom?
►No worries; we have a check box for that. (And when they returned the book!)
Did you come across an awesome line in the book? Can’t recall quotes to save your life?
►We have an area for those, too.
For fiction fans, did you find characters worth making a note of?
►Yup, we have a special place to jot that down, too!
The first four pages are blank Table of Contents we’ve called “Your find-it-quick reference” ~ ready for you to add the title of the book you’re reading, or have finished reading. No need to flick through hundreds of pages trying to find “that book.” The find-it-quick reference area makes it easy to locate.
We’ve included pages for one hundred and twenty books! Yes, 120! Now the fun begins! Read away! And put your review in writing so you don't forget the details.
This book has been as handy as heck for me. I know it will be as “handy as heck” for you too!
Part of my job as indie book author is to review books too. I need somewhere to keep track of what I've read; what did I say in their review? What were the most memorable quotes from their book? Did I like their character portrayals? And there's a place for the plot summary. Why? Quite often, we voracious readers forget a book's plot line!
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The "find it quick" reference pages have been a tremendous help. I don't have to flick through page after page to find the book I'd just finished reading and reviewing. It's RIGHT THERE, in the Reference area... along with the associated page number.
Journal Size: 8″ x 10″
so you can put it in your purse,
briefcase, big coat pocket,
or—sit it on your nightstand.
Susan Gast created this site primarily to showcase her plethora of books. Then she realized it was about time to add how she created those books and got them to market. Read Susan's story here.
Susan is featured on Mother Earth News blog, and on Solo Build It (SBI) who host this site along with her sister site, Finally-Keto. Read her first SBI interview, and her second SBI interview.
Since 1980, Susan's involvement in publishing - in one form or another - led her to create a "review site" of products related to the publishing industry. Visit ePubTechReviews today.
Do you want to send Susan a quick message? Visit her contact page here. She'd love to hear from you!