[Reading Writers] How does tracking my reading help me as a reader?

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Well folks, after a bit of a delay in production, the latest episode of Reading Writers is now here. Today, I’m responding to a suggestion from Dustin Carpenter on Twitter who said:

https://twitter.com/dustincc1989/status/788862344772419584

This was a great suggestion (and something I’d been considering). So today is all Goodreads, all the time!

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Why I think reading challenges can be helpful;
  • How tracking my reading helps me read diversely; and
  • What I believe is the best sort of book to read when you’re traveling.

Coming up on Reading Writers

Joining me on the podcast over the next several weeks will be Jen Wilkin (author of None Like Him), Andy Naselli (co-author of Conscience), Kevin Peck (co-author of Designed to Lead), Hannah Anderson (author of Humble Roots and Made for More), Ronnie Martin (co-author of Bridezilla of Christ and co-host of The Happy Rant podcast), and one really big name I’m keeping secret for now in case it falls through.

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Thanks for listening to this week’s episode of Reading Writers!

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