Monday, June 8, 2015

[Coffee Shop Talks] How Do You Track Future Releases?



I keep it simple and use Wordpad to track any upcoming releases that grab my attention. I usually find them on Amazon or when I'm pinning new cover art on Pinterest. Occasionally I'll miss a few and that's why I love visiting Rabid Read's Fresh Meat posts that highlight new and upcoming releases in speculative fiction. 

What about you? How do you keep track of future releases?

~Cat



        

6 comments:

fishgirl182 said...

I don't do this but I probably should. Thanks for the idea!

Krystianna Straley said...

I definitely need to find a better way to put together upcoming releases. Currently, I just use Goodreads!
Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

Michelle@Book Briefs said...

I am always looking for a good website or place to use as a track of all the new and upcoming books. I haven't found a great method yet. Currently i use netgalley and my ARCs ;/

Great Post!

Michelle @ Book Briefs

Liezel said...

I take advantage of Pinterest. Every single upcoming release is pinned to a corresponding Board for which its scheduled to be released. I delete the pin right after I read the book.

Check it out : https://www.pinterest.com/liezelsbookblog/

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

I use too. I don't do so as much anymore as I am tight on money and spending for books has been limited. I use to have a list I kept on the blog sidebar and kept it up to date with all the books/series/authors I read. I miss it as it really kept me on top of my series. But time and work and money...well, it's a thing I don't do to torment myself anymore.

Megan @ Reading Books Like a Boss said...

I have a pretty detailed spreadsheet with formulas that autogenerates html code. I'm kind of a spreadsheet junkie.

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