Today’s short update post is brought to you by two changes here at the 1001 Books blog.
First is a button link in our sidebar. This addition is specifically for those of you who love to keep track of your reading. The link will take you to Arukiyomi’s 1001 Books spreadsheet. All of the hard work organising the three 1001 lists is done for you. There are three options for the spreadsheet; a free one, a choice of donation, and a full purchase. And yes, Arukiyomi does have an affiliate club so if you decide to choose either of the paid versions once you have clicked through we will be credited with a small referral fee for you doing so. However, like all of the affiliate things here at 1001 Books* it’s never about the money it is always about the books.
The second change is an update to The 1001 Books Lists page. We have finally managed to merge all three editions into one giant list. So instead of 1001 books for you to read, you are now looking at a staggering 1293. The most changes occurred between the 2006 and 2008 editions, and there is a bit of difficulty with the numbering and the century the book appears in, but I’m sure we will all cope. However, if you find any mistakes you are welcome to email us giving us the details and we will check (for the umpteenth time again) our list and make any amendments needed.
In the meantime, if you would like to review any of the newly added books, you are most welcome to submit them for publication.
* all two of them.