2021 Ultimate Book Blogger / Reader Spreadsheet Template

We all know that I live by my lists as a very Type A personality. I made the first version of my Book Blogger and Reader Spreadsheet Template in July of 2018. Since then, I have updated and improved the template each year and made it available to anyone who wants it for free. (If you want to leave me a tip to support my work, please check out my ko-fi!)

As a note: this template began as a book blogging-centric tool but over the last three years I have made it available it has evolved. This spreadsheet can be used by anyone who reads – you don’t need to be a blogger! If you aren’t a book blogger, simply delete or hide the sheets that do not suit your needs.

You can access the spreadsheet template here!

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FREE Bookish Blogger Templates for Scheduling and Statistics

For the past few months I have been happily using my Scheduling Spreadsheet to prioritize and keep track of my review obligations (which has been life changing!). After adding a stats tab and sharing it on Twitter, I received a lot of positive feedback and thought that I would share this resource with the community!

Like any person with a Type A personality, I really like order. A lot. I make lists for my lists and plan pretty much everything. I know some people are crippled by rigidity and schedules, but for me I find them positively freeing!

I get a lot of random ideas for new content, and setting up the schedule not only helps me to prioritize my ARC reading (which is a lifesaver!) but also maintain a consistent schedule. When inspiration strikes I just create a draft post with a basic title and word vomit my idea in the body to jog my memory when I have time to flesh out the post.

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