Feature Follow Friday ~ April 14, 2017

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Tracking New Releases

How do you track new releases?

*blank stare*

*blink blink blink*

Uh…I don’t.


Well, how do you?  


8 thoughts on “Feature Follow Friday ~ April 14, 2017

  1. I… well, they are all just somehow IN my memory. I didn’t like, ask them to be there? But… they are. I can tell you, with unsettling accuracy, when just about any book is supposed to come out. I feel like my brain should be used for more important matters but… like I said, I did not choose this 😉

  2. I have a spreadsheet for them, TBH. Only for the ones I’m interested in, of course! I have columns for release date, author, title, whether I’ve requested or received a review copy, whether I’ve preordered it, and whether my library has ordered it. I color-code the titles, too — red for “forthcoming,” green for “it’s been published and I had an ARC,” purple for “I bought it,” and so on. Periodically, I delete older titles that were published more than a year ago. I keep the already-published books on the list for a while because I can’t always get a copy when the book comes out. If I plan to borrow from the library, it’s going to take a while. I suppose it’s kind of OCD of me to keep track so carefully, but it helps me remember what’s coming — and what recently came out that I want to read.

    Of course, I also track them on Goodreads!

    I find out about new releases a couple of ways: 1) from NetGalley and Edelweiss; 2) by searching my favorite authors and series on Amazon and Goodreads; and 3) from my favorite authors, via their newsletters or website.

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