Keep track of the books you want to read by adding this printable reading list to your planner, bullet journal or tablet. This pretty printable includes space to list 10 books and their authors in a checklist.
I’ve always been a reader. After I had kids, though, I read less and less. I realized this past summer that I had probably only read one book in the past 12 months. Oops.
Since one of my goals for this year was to take better care of myself and spend more time de-stressing, I realized I was missing out on something important. I read three books in two months over the summer and decided that I would set a goal of reading 10 books this year.
As I came across books I wanted to read, I scribbled them on a page of notebook paper that I stuck in my planner. It was functional, but not really pretty. So I created this pretty printable reading list and typed in my book list on my iPad.
It’s been great so far. Including the books I read this summer, I’m already halfway there. I requested the Hank Green book from my library and read one that I didn’t include on this list while I waited. It’s been a long wait, so I’m currently reading the Annie Barrows book.
Printable reading list
Click HERE to download the reading list PDF file.
You can print it on regular 8.5×11-inch paper or open the file on your tablet for a digital journal page.
I opened mine on my iPad using the Books app, but any program that will read a PDF file should work, whether you have an iPad or any other type of tablet.
The reading list itself is blank so you can write in whatever is on your to-read list. There’s space for title and author for 10 books. After I opened my PDF in books, I clicked the pen icon at the top of the page to be able to edit and was able to type in my text. Then I used the stylus to check off the book I already read. You can also hand-write the titles using a stylus, but my handwriting is terrible.
What’s on my reading list
By the way, if you’re interested in any of the books on my reading list, here they are on Amazon:
- Dear Mrs. Bird by AJ Pierce
- Love and Ruin by Paula McLain
- Sociable by Rebecca Harrington
- An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green
- Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
- Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
- The President is Missing by James Patterson and Bill Clinton
- The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Annie Barrows and Mary Ann Shaffer
- The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
- Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King
And I’ve already started on another list that includes book series that I started by didn’t finish. Maybe next year my goal will have to be even bigger.