A new Book Journal is published!

I’ve just completed a Book Journal for publication. It’s virtually a blank book, or, should I say, a book with blanks for you to fill in. The many pages include Books on Loan, Borrowed Books, Books on Order, and Wish List. The idea is to maintain a list of all the books you lend out to someone, the ones you borrow from someone (and that can include library books as well), the ones you ache to own, and those you’ve already ordered. There’s also a section called My Favorite Books, in which you can create your own reviews of the books you’ve enjoyed the most. Imagine coming across your review 10 or 20 years down the line, and remembering what you thought of it back then. It might even inspire you to read it again!

This book has no ISBN, so it will not be available through Amazon.com, or any other bookseller. It can only be purchased through my Lulu storefront, for now, and I’ve kept the price as low as they will permit. It’s virtually at cost, but I will actually earn about 21 cents for each book sold. Guess I won’t get rich on this one!

If you’re interested in the Book Journal, visit the storefront at http://stores.lulu.com/deliathecrone today! And let me know what you think of it!



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2 responses to “A new Book Journal is published!

  1. Charlie

    I read mostly short stories, and it would be very handy to keep a review of the ones I enjoyed so I can more easily find them, when I want to reread or share with others.

  2. Marla

    I don’t loan out nearly as many books as you do but I would still want to keep track. Thanks! This will come in VERY handy!

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