What Exactly Do I Put in a Reading Journal?


My passion for storyology started at a typical young age, but with a desire to do it forever. That's why before I started my true writing journey, I taught writing and reading in high school classrooms in AZ. Later, I started writing part-time toward a goal of being published. All the while, trying to help others like me with my storyology blog.

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3 Responses

  1. Dominique says:

    Hi, I just wanted to say that you have a real talent for drawing. Loved this post

  2. Leila says:

    I’m hoping part 2 of this post will be a 2018 Reading Challenge! Keep me honest and make me try new things! I’ve never done one before because 52 books in 52 weeks is so intimidating but I like your Reading Timeline that has a very do-able 1 a month approach. It would be an awesome page for the bullet journal I’ll be starting this coming year!

    • A Wise Woman says:

      Yes, as adults, it’s so hard to find time to read unless we’re more reclusive! 1 a month is very doable for me and I’m quite a slow reader. If you’re a faster reader, you may even get through more! But, set that timeline goal relieves pressure.

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