If you joined us during our Travel the World in Books Readathon, you know that Aloi from the Guiltless Reading gave us a very detailed and thorough tutorial on how to create a book map. A book map is an easy way to visualize where the books you have read have taken you. During the Readathon, I loved the creativity which bloggers used to create their maps. Some were color-coded by fiction vs. nonfiction; some were mapped by book setting; and yet others were mapped by author birthplace.
Guiltless Reading challenged us all to create a book map and its a great way to summarize what books we’ve read. If you haven’t done a book map yet, you can summarize your books read on a blog post, a Goodreads or LibraryThing shelf or on a spreadsheet. Whichever way you choose, feel free to link up and share your summary of reading progress for our Travel the World in Books Reading Challenge with others. It’s fun to see where our reading has taken us and where the gaps are so we know where to go next.
Thanks to Travel the World in Books Reading Challenge participant, Femme Frugality, who asked if there was a book map linkup. I told her there wasn’t yet but it was a great idea to have one! So if you have a book map or a summary post showing where all your reading for the challenge has taken you, feel free to share it in the linkup below. Since this is a cumulative representation of your reading, please just add your book map or summary once. If you update your map/summary and the post doesn’t update on the linkup properly, then please delete your old link and add the new one.