Free Tracking Spreadsheet!


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I like them so much that I create menial, inconsequential lists for pleasure outside of work hours.

One of the things I track are the books I read and the number of words I read in a year. Why do I do this, you might ask? There’s something satisfying about seeing the word count increase after I enter a completed book into the spreadsheet. It’s a measured accomplishment. Maybe it has something to do with my Myers-Briggs Personality type, who knows.

I’ve made an example spreadsheet available for download to anyone who may be interested in tracking the words he or she reads.

Tracking Books Spreadsheet

I’ve always wondered if other avid book readers tracked the number of words they read? Do you have a similar quirk? It isn’t anything fancy but I hope you find it useful!

Happy reading!


9 thoughts on “Free Tracking Spreadsheet!

  1. Calibre is a nifty tool, but I have my own spreadsheet… Myers-Briggs you say? 😉 I have it sorted by year of reading. I only enter authors, titles and my score, and mark those that I already reviewed.

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    • I create separate sheets for each year as well. I keep a separate google sheet that tracks the books I’ve reviewed and with links to each post I’ve made. That’s not many at this point.
      Yes, Myers-Briggs!😀 I’ve probably taken every test on the web haha! Do you know your personality type? ☺

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