13 Bullet Journal Ideas For Book Lovers

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Diving into the world of Bullet Journal page ideas can feel a bit like wandering through an endless library—so many possibilities, each more enticing than the last.

Now, if you’re anything like me, your love for books runs deep. They’re not just stories; they’re gateways to other worlds, teachers of life lessons, and sometimes, they’re the best friends we could ask for on a rainy day. That’s why, dear fellow book lovers, I’ve crafted this post especially for you.

We’re about to blend our passion for reading with the creative and organizational magic of Bullet Journaling. Think of it as crafting your very own literary companion, one page at a time. From tracking your to-read list to capturing your favorite quotes, get ready to turn the pages of your Bullet Journal into a love letter to all things literary.


Your Bullet Journal can be a great help and companion on your reading journey, and here are just a few examples of how it can transform your reading experience.

Remember those books you keep telling yourself you’ll read ‘someday’? Well, with a Bullet Journal, ‘someday’ becomes ‘today’. Creating a reading list not only helps you remember all those recommendations from friends and that intriguing title you came across at the bookstore but also gives you the sheer joy of ticking them off one by one. It’s like a high-five to yourself each time you complete a book!

Ever finished a book and felt like you’ve lost a friend? Me too. That’s where your Bullet Journal comes in.

By jotting down quotes, thoughts, and feelings about the books you read, you’re essentially creating a diary of your reading life. Months or years down the line, flipping through those pages will be like revisiting old friends and cherished memories. Plus, it’s a fantastic way to see how your thoughts and perspectives evolve over time.

And let’s not forget the sheer creativity it unleashes. Designing pages for your reading list, crafting book review spreads, or even doodling scenes from your favorite chapters can add an extra layer of enjoyment to your reading experience. It’s a way to make the stories come alive even after you’ve turned the last page.

And there are so many more ideas that you can try!

But before we get into it, I wanted to mention that I’ve created some FREE printables that you can use in your Bullet Journal right away to track your reading goals and more! So be sure to scroll until the end to learn how to access them.

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Stationery Recommendations

Before we dive into the pages, let’s talk about supplies since you’ll definitely need a few to recreate the Bullet Journal pages.

You obviously can create a Bullet Journal spread with whatever supplies you already have available, but if you want to get something special that looks extra great on reading-related pages, here are my recommendations:

  • Calliograph pens. They come in beautiful colors and have two brush tips, so you can use them for coloring and for creating different sizes of headers. (you can also get 10% off with my code MASHA10)
  • Fineliners. These are the blood of every Bullet Journal page, and I recommend getting Sakura Pigma Micron.
  • Kraft paper. I always find that it looks amazing on reading pages. You can use any you want, but I prefer using a kraft paper notepad that was it still has good paper and a dot grid. (you can also get 10% off with my code MASHA10)
  • Book stencil. An easier and definitely faster way to add book doodles to your Bullet Journal.
  • Letter stamps fit so well with all the book pages, and they will allow you to have many fun and unique headers.

I can talk stationery for hours! So, if you want even more ideas, be sure to check the “More Resources” section at the end of the post. And let’s dive into some page ideas for book lovers!

Bullet Journal Ideas For Book Lovers

The beauty of the Bullet Journal method is that you can create any page you want. It's limited only by your imagination.

These ideas may be what you need, or they may spark your creativity to create your own unique reading journal pages.

Either way, you'll love the pages I found for you, so let's take a look!

Free Printable Bullet Journal Pages

If you use printables, you can try some of these pages in your Bullet Journal right away! You can already find a FREE printable book tracker in the Resources Vault.

If you don’t have access yet, you can always sign up in the form below.

Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the password to get 50+ free Bullet Journal printables, stickers, and worksheets to use right away.

If you’ve never used printables before, be sure to check my post How To Use Printables In Your Bullet Journal.

It’s pretty basic, and you can find all the supplies you need in my post Supplies For Using Bullet Journal Printables.

More Resources

Want to get even more inspiration and ideas on creating your perfect and unique reading-related Bullet Journal pages? I’ve got you covered.

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>>> What pages do you use in your Bullet Journal for reading? Share with us in the comments!

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