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Your 2010 Reading Diary

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When (and if) you're coming up with your resolutions for 2010, you might want to think about starting a reading diary. Maylin of The Dewey Divas and the Dudes blog has listed some good reasons for keeping a record of what you read and she offers some tips on how to start. She suggests the diary can and should be more than just a list of what you've read:

I like to jot down first impressions, the odd quote and comps to other writers or books that come immediately to mind.... A reading diary can provide a fascinating snapshot of your life; what we choose to read reflects our changing moods, friendships, lifestyles and intellectual curiosities.

Click here for Maylin's tips.

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