5 Free Printable Reading Journals And Digital Downloads
There are many ways to track your reading. One of the most popular ways is to use a free printable reading journal.
Reading journals are great to document your reads (especially if you have a reading goal to achieve or if you are a book influencer that needs to share your thoughts with others).
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Ways To Use A Free Printable Reading Journal
Reading journal printable pages can be used in many different ways:
- Bind the printables in a A4 ring holder
- Stick them into your bullet journal
- Stick them to your existing reading planner/log
There is no right or wrong way to use these free printables – as long as you get to track your reading and it brings you joy!
If you’re looking for a complete reading journal to download for free. This one is a great option. It has an index page and blank line pages for you to jot down your thoughts.
You can print these and bind them using a spiral binder or punch holes in them and use a file instead.
Either way, you will have a free reading journal to download and brain dump right away!
5 Free Printable Reading Journals
Here are 5 free printable reading journals for you to use in many different ways (even if you don’t have a planner or bullet journal – you can start with these printables!)
Let’s start with the most simple and minimalistic type of reading journal printables – book reviews!
This reading journal worksheet includes every detail you should record about the book you’ve just read.
Most printable book review spreads will have details like this one:
- Start/End Date
To be honest, if you’re a beginner at tracking your reading with free printable reading journals – I would recommend you to use this one because it is pretty complete!
Just enough space to journal about the book – not too much or not too little!
This reading time log is specifically for you to track one book at a time. There’s ample space for you to fill out as many dates as you like.
Each box can present any amount of time you want (example: 30 minutes or an hour).
This free printable reading log is suitable for adults or students that are busy because it is undated and has no fixed time. You are free to customise what works best for you.
You can paste/stick this in your bullet journal or you can bind them into a folder.
This is a super trendy bullet journal spread to track your reading. It is also often called a printable bookshelf tracker.
This spread allows you to track monthly/yearly:
- Books you’ve read this
- Books you disliked from this
- Books you want to re-read from this
Although this is not a printable journal spread, it is the perfect option for those who do not like to put in so much time and effort into a reading journal.
A printable reading tracker bookmark is easy to use, portable and will help remind you to keep track of your reading as it sits in your current read – perfect for busy readers!
Besides this free printable bookmark tracker, here are a few pretty ones on etsy that cost less than $5:
Besides the usual book review and reading tracker logs, you can also include a habit tracker in your reading journal specifically to track your reading.
Free Digital Reading Journals
Comes with 7 free digital reading journal templates and is compatible with Goodnotes.
Plus, this one has a soft minimalistic take to it that is a favourite among many readers!
These are digital downloads in the form of PDFs and therefore you can open them using Goodnotes, One Note or any note taking app!
These templates are in black and white so you can customise them with your own colours that fits your aesthetics best.
I hope these free printable reading journals and free digital downloads help you with starting your reading journal.
I know not everybody can afford to spend on a reading journal right now – and that’s okay. Work with these instead.