*UPDATE!: The Reader’s Notebook PDFs have been uploaded to my new site HERE.
One of the greatest gifts my parents gave me was a love and appreciation for the written word. I love books and I love writing. I also have a thing for paper. My dad worked in the printing industry when I was really young and I have memories of being at his job and smelling ink and paper literally hot of the press. Man, does it smell amazing!
Yes, I’m a nerd. A book nerd, and proud of it. And as a book nerd, paper and ink make my nerd heart smile. And this is what got me into paper planners. I started out with an Erin Condren LP a couple years ago and since then, I haven’t tried to schedule anything on an electronic device if I can help it! Yup, my Instagram and Pinterest feeds are full of beautiful spreads, colorful washi tape, cute stickers and elegant hand lettering.
As the new year approaches and I begin wrapping up a year of reading and start planning for a new 365 days of books, I thought there had to be a better way to keep track of my reading than notes here and there in my regular day planner. I decided I needed a planner JUST FOR BOOKS.
Both the planner girl and the book nerd in me jumped at that. The book journals that are on the market are nice enough but they don’t have all the things that I need. So I decided to make one myself.
And I figured, if I needed a book planner, some other planner girl/book nerd out there would need one too…
This planner printable has 25 pages and you can print as many copies and organize them in any way you want.
- Title Page
- This Notebook Belongs to:
- 9 Different Book Lists
- Favorite Authors
- Favorite Quotes
- My Books Lent
- Borrowed Books
- Books Gifted
- Monthly Goals/Reading List
- Blank Month on 2 pages
- Weekly Page
- Book Review on 2 pages
- Bookish Notes
- Diary pages
- Plain lined pages
There are 3 different printables to choose from, and they are each available in two sizes: US Letter and A5.
These planner pages are super simple and minimalistic so you can have the fun of customizing and personalizing to suit your needs and creativity.
To see how I set up my Reader’s Notebook, check out this post and video tutorial:
To see how I use these pages, check out this post:
If you’re a planner and a book lover then this is the perfect planner to help you keep track of all things bookish! Download your copy today!
Happy reading and planning 🙂