So, everybody else has a few hundred books on their GoodReads accounts, and I am still in double digits and feel left behind. Plus it keeps recommending books for me that I have already read. I could add up to 10 years' worth of reading lists because I have exact dates for them all. Buuuut...that is literally over a thousand books, not counting childhood classics. I'm afraid to start.
Should I start adding books from my pre-2012 reading lists to GR?
What about other favorites I may have read before age 14?
Would (or have) you ever add(ed) older books you've read?
VOTE OR I WILL BAN YOU.
YOU HAVE NO WAY OF KNOWING WHETHER I AM KIDDING OR NOT.
[Edit: I'm kidding. I'm actually in a really good mood, as talking about books tends to do that for me, but I do appreciate your participation.]
[EDIT 2: ...I probably should have started this epic "Add ALL THE BOOKS OF MY LIFE TO GOODREADS!" project on the weekend, seeing as I have now been at it for two hours and I'm not even a quarter of the way through 2011. Adding date stamps really slows you down, to say nothing of adding the reviews, even though most are just copy/pasted from my reading list. I'm also not tired in the slightest, which is bad, because I have work left to do tomorrow that I either need to start now or finish semi-early tomorrow morning after getting a good night's rest if I want to go to garage sales. A prospect that is looking pretty bleak, as I show no signs of stopping my obsessive cataloging anytime soon.]