Six Bright and Colorful Reading Trackers for July

July 1, 2023



Each month I like to use reading trackers to, well, track my reading progress. Reading trackers are simple to use and easy to update.


When I decided to read 100 books this year, I knew I would need a pretty way to track my books… That’s just who I am. And it brings me so much joy to be able to share these colorful and fun July reading trackers with you!

If you’re not already following me on Instagram, you can check out my account @thebasicbooktrovert where I post about fiction books and learning through literature.

July Reading Tracker Details

Each reading tracker contains spaces for you to place an overlay of your books. You can add your TBR list for the month, or books you’ve already read — or BOTH!


Feel free to add your favorite Kindle or Audible books, also1 Make them your own and customize them as you wish! And don’t forget to tag me on Instagram so I can see your current reads!

How to Use the July Reading Trackers

If you plan to use your reading trackers for Instagram stories, simply screenshot the tracker you want to use.


Now, be sure to have screenshots of your monthly books already on your phone. When you have both the books and the tracker on in phone photos, simply upload it into the Instagram storyboard.


After you have the photo in your stories, click the square smiley face at the otp and add an additional photo to the top of your tracker background. Edit the size to fit over one of the rectangles and voila, you’re almost there!


The last step is to tag me @thebasicbooktrovert so I can see your books and which background you chose!


TIP: If you’re a fellow Bookstagrammer and you want to get more eyes on your page, you can share all new book releases to your tracker and tag your other fellow favorite Bookstagrammers. This will get more eyes on and more interest to your Instagram page and stories.

Six Fun and Colorful Reading Trackers for July

Depends on how you share your reading trackers depends on how exactly you will use them, but either way, feel free to screenshot or save them to use them!


My favorite place to share my trackers is on my Instagram stories, and then save them to my profile as a highlight. This helps fellow booktroverts find them and look back to get reading recommendations and ideas.

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Enjoy Your 5 Colorful and Fun Reading Trackers for July

Above all else, I hope you enjoy these colorful and fun reading trackers. They are bright and festive for July and I can’t wait to see them posted all throughout Instagram!

Happy reading!

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I’m a margarita-mixing, kitten-rescuing, plant-hoarding, pumpkin-spice-everything-obsessed, homeschooling book lover. You can pretty much always find me in my favorite chair, under my cozy knit blanket, with a good book.


2023 Reading Challenge

2023 Reading Challenge
Amity has read 46 books toward their goal of 100 books.



⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Great! Will Review.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Very Good. Will Review.

⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Good. May not review.

⭐️⭐️ – Okay. May not review.

⭐️ – Did not finish (DNF). Will not review.

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