Today I’m reviewing something different but could be the answer to a book lover’s prayers – the Book Review Log Book by Jennifer Gilmour. If you are like me you may record your books read on Goodreads or rely on memory to remember which books you’ve read and want to read. This book promises an alternative. Scroll down to find out more.
Book Review: Book Review Log Book by Jennifer Gilmour
Title: Book Review Log Book
Author: Jennifer Gilmour
Genre: Non-fiction, book gift
Release Date: 14th July 2021
Keep a track of your reading progress and your book reviews in one place:
- Reading Goals
- To Be Read List
- Book Release Dates
- Word Cloud
- Your Reviews
- Your Notes
This book is a book blogger’s dream, especially for one as disorganised as me, but it is also a joy to use as a book lover. With a clear format, it does exactly what the blurb says and more. On each book review page, there is a space to record your favourite quotes from the current book, write a review, and add the general information about it. There is even a place to stick an image of the book cover, which is a pleasant touch. It is the extra bits I love because Jennifer Gilmour has thought of everything a book lover may want, including a place to jot down inspiring words (perfect for writers), a planner for future book releases and a to-be-read list in the form of a book shelf allowing you to be creative. There are also plenty of pages to add your own notes and to customise it to your heart’s content.
This log is highly accessible, made with consideration and love. I love using it. It provides a sense of satisfaction that is lacking in the digital places such as Goodreads. I can see myself ordering another copy once I’ve reached my 100 books.
Would I recommend?
Yes, this is a wonderful book to record books read and everything related to reading. It would make an ideal gift for a book worm or a useful companion for a book blogger thanks to its clear layout, space to record for the important things and the chances to customise it so it can become an individual record of books you loved and disliked.
Jennifer Gilmour is an author and advocate for women in abusive relationships, using her own experiences of domestic abuse as a catalyst to bring awareness and to help others. Jennifer has published two publications, Isolation Junction and Clipped Wings which have both been Amazon Best Sellers and received awards. Jennifer speaks at events across the UK and continues to raise awareness through her blog posts, public speaking, radio interviews and social media.
Most Informative Blogger Award 2018 (Bloggers Bash Annual Awards)
UK & European Award for using Social Media for Good 2019 (Social Day: Social Media Marketing Awards)
Jennifer says: “Together we are Louder”.
Social Media Links –
Amazon author profile; http://author.to/jennifergilmour
Goodreads author profile; https://www.goodreads.com/JenniferGilmour
Huffington post blogger profile; http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/author/jennifer-gilmour
Thank you Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting me to this tour and providing an advanced copy for me to review and give my honest and unbiased opinion.