Reading Diversity, a Reading Journal Collection

Reading Journal Collection

What makes these journals so special?

They were designed to empower diversity in the literary community. Racism and discrimination have become systemic and so ingrained in the industry that authors from marginalized groups still have less access to opportunities.

Changing this unhealthy inequality starts with personal choices. If you are ready to make more conscious choices as a reader, then these journals are meant to accompany you on that journey.

Ready to learn more?

3 journals to help you read more diversely

The “Reading Diversity” collection consists of 3 different journals for 3 different types of readers:

  1. Reading Journal – designed for super readers, readers who love to “read” in different formats and different book types (incl. manga, graphic novels, etc.), the reading journal lets you register up to 120 reads and 22 reading challenges!
  2. Book Review Journal – designed for literature students, literary critics, and beta-readers, the book review journal is meant to be used by deep thinkers who like to savor and analyze their reads (up to 25 reads)!
  3. Literary Bujo – designed for creative bookworms (or reading ninjas) who don’t want to conform to a guided journal! 110 dot-grid pages designed to let you the full freedom to create your own reading journal.

Let me take you on a trip through the interiors and covers of these beautiful journals!

Reading Diversity – Reading Journal

For super readers!

🌟Words and stories have the power to change the world! This reading journal was created for voracious readers who want to fight for inclusion and representation in publishing.

With all the features of your favorite Reading Journal for Book Lovers and improved sections, this new journal is the perfect companion for booknerds striving for inclusivity and with a strong social media presence.

Register:

➡️Yearly Goals (10 goals) – define how many books by marginalized authors you want to read, review, and promote via social media or blog throughout the year.

➡️Track the number of pages read per day (12 months) – record the number of pages read per day throughout the year and celebrate your monthly achievements.

➡️Define your monthly TBR (12 months) – for ambitious and organized bookworms, we’ve included a section where you can pledge to read specific books every month.

➡️Book Adoption Tracker (120 books) – bookworms don’t just buy books, we adopt them! But adopting new books can become a turbulent experience (no one invented an infinite bookshelf… yet!). For this reason, we created a book adoption section to help you record the number of books you buy (and the amount spent!), borrow, or receive throughout the year.

➡️Book Review Index (120 books) – log all your reads, book type (novel, short story, collection, manga, graphic novel – all types of books count!), and rating in this section.

➡️Reading Journal (120 books) – in half a page record all the important details of your read including trigger warnings, book format (audiobook, ebook, physical book, etc.), book type, genre, age category, comments, and favorite quotes! Plus, for the most active among us, we’ve created a section to keep track of your social media posts for each specific read.

➡️Reading Challenge tracker (22 challenges) – we know how maddening it can to keep track of all the reading challenges you participate in throughout the year – so, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered!

➡️Bujo section – bookworms are creative beings! To foster your creativity, we’ve added a Bujo section to this reading journal (dot grid paper – 2 dots per inch) so you can create your own and very unique section within this journal!

Product details: 130 pages; regular paperback size with 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) so you can carry it everywhere you go; Beautiful matte cover; Perfectly bound; Thick white pages that minimize bleed through; Perfect bookish gift for book lovers all around the world.

Check the interiors below!

Buy it on Amazon US | UK | ES | FR | DE | IT

If you loved this journal, don’t forget to rate it and leave a review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Reading Diversity – Book Review Journal

For deep thinkers!

Did you ever read a book and felt the need to stop and start taking notes? Are you worried about the lack of diversity in publishing and want to amplify the voices of marginalized authors? This book journal was designed for you. Within its spacious and detailed sections, you will find the perfect journal for book reviewers, beta-readers, literature students, and editors providing manuscript critique services.

Designed for 25 detailed reviews/analyses, this journal lets you evaluate a novel using a 10-star segmented classification system (plot, characters, setting, diversity, originality, etc.). Plus, you will be able to:

➡️Track the number of pages read per day (12 months) – record the number of pages read per day throughout the year and celebrate your monthly achievements.

➡️Questions for inspiration – 18 questions to help you prepare your book review, beta-reading analysis, or manuscript critique

➡️Book Review Index (25 books) – log all your book reviews and ratings.

➡️Reading Journal (25 books) – 6 pages per book to let you evaluate a novel:

  • Book profile (segmented rating system, trigger warnings, book summary, genre, age category, tense, point of view)
  • Strengths and weaknesses
  • Deep analysis (theme, representation, plot, originality, setting, worldbuilding)
  • Creative analysis (two dot grid pages, 2 dots per inch – Bujo style – to let you create your own section and draw character art!)

Product details: 150 pages; regular paperback size with 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) so you can carry it everywhere you go; Beautiful matte cover; Perfectly bound; Thick white pages that minimize bleed through; Perfect bookish gift for book lovers all around the world.

Check the interiors below!

Buy it on Amazon US | UK | ES | FR | DE | IT

If you loved this journal, don’t forget to rate it and leave a review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Reading Diversity – Literary Bujo

For literary ninjas!

✍️ Looking for a bujo to register your reads? This literary bujo is perfect for visually driven booktubers, book bloggers, and bookstagrammers. With 107 full bleed pages ideal for creating your own unique reading journal by sketching, writing notes, and using stickers. This dot grid notebook (2 dots per inch) is also part of a series of journals created for bookworms fighting for more diversity in publishing.

Product details: 110 pages; regular paperback size with 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) so you can carry it everywhere you go; Cream paper interiors; Beautiful matte cover; Perfectly bound; Thick white pages that minimize bleed through; Perfect bookish gift for book lovers all around the world.

Buy it on Amazon US | UK | ES | FR | DE | IT

If you loved this journal, don’t forget to rate it and leave a review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What’s your favorite journal of this collection? Let me know in the comments below 👇

0 0 votes
Article Rating

Sharing is caring!

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x