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Question: Reading Diaries?

Has anyone ever done a reading diary? Y'know like a food journal but instead of noting down what you eat each day, you note down what books you read.

Afte reading painless_j's notes on yaoi manga, I realised it might be a good idea to make a note - even just the title - of books/comics/manga that I read. That way I know when I read a particular book and in some cases, why I couldn't complete reading it...

I know I've seen something like that online somewhere but will probably need to search for it...
We did a reading diary on 8th grade at school, as a part of our Finnish course. Everyone had to read specific books but you got extra credit for additional books.

It was fun to do!
OMG, it was a school project? That is so awesome!

I've found two sites - goodreads and librarything.com and lets see which one is better for a reading journal :) This way I can track fanfiction too!!! And non-licensed manga!
I know of My Anime List but it's for animanga and I haven't update my since two weeks ago. Good luck on finding that.
I use LibraryThing for this purpose. Every time I read a book, I enter it into "my library". It's got loads of features, obviously, and you could use it to catalogue every book you own or something, but I've found it works perfectly well as a reading journal type of tool as well. You can also enter private notes for your books, such as "in which Raskolnikov does a bad, bad thing and thinks about it for eleventyhundred pages". :)
Wow. Library Thing looks really neat. I need something like that to make sure I stop buying Duplicates of books. Also I'm trying the "52 books in 52 weeks" thing. Now I can make a list for that.

Cyane
I keep a note of all the films or tv shows I watch in my regular every day diary. Just a note to remind me when and where I watch things and my original impressions. Seeing as I watch about 5 a week for university and anywhere between 5 to 10 for my own fun, it helps to keep track.

I like being able to keep track of everything and I have a bit of an obsession with making lists so it appeals to that side of me. I say go for it!
goodreads.com

Keeps track of the books and things you have read, and any comments you want to add.
I think it's a fabulous idea. I've been wanting to do that for some time now, actually.
I have. But I usually, at most, only last a couple months before I have some issue that interrupts my life and I forget about. That and when I do have time to read, I read a lot and my procrastination about writing the entries down meant that I sometimes forgot about what I read. Good luck however. I hope you're more successful than I!