July 23, 2012

Good Reading!

I joined Goodreads a few months back, and for some reason, that's motivated me to read more. Actually, I can't prove causation - only correlation. Perhaps I joined Goodreads because I wanted to read more. Or because I was reading more, I joined Goodreads.

Anyway, there is something very satisfying about marking books "read" on Goodreads. Additionally, GoodReads is a nice way to save books I want to read, instead of collecting titles on scraps of paper or in my email.

There's no real relation to cognitive science, as my books are primarily mid-list women's fiction, with an occasional science fiction (or even cognitive science fiction) thrown in. No mysteries, no non-fiction.

Here are the last five:

1 comment:

Ally said...

I found that when I joined Goodreads, I did a better job of keeping up with what I read, so it helped give the appearance that I read more, though I do think that I either did read more (or joined Goodreads at a point where I was reading more and thus wanted to keep up with it better? one or the other of those)