Introducing…. Literary Map @literary_map #booklovers #bookbloggers

As some of you might have noticed, for the past few months I’ve listed my armchair travels in my Fictionophile Monthly Wrap-Up posts.

Literary Map is a new app that tracks your armchair travels!

Suppose you are reading a book where the protagonist is in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. You can search for that place by clicking the icon and automatically the app will go to that place and a pin would be added to the map (or you can navigate the map and add manually the pin with the icon).

You add the ISBN of the book, upload the book’s cover, then give a short one or two sentence review of the book.

Click the pin and you can add a new literary moment by adding the ISBN in the box provided. Then, you enter its info first and later the info from the literary moment, for example:

 After adding the moment, click on the circle with the cover and you can see it like:


You can create any moments that you want expressing your thoughts, feels or reviews, forming your own storyverse:

For instance, I have plotted 3 of my recent reads on Literary Map.

Literary Map allows you to see where your books are happening, where you have traveled with them, finding new connections between their protagonists that provoke fun and innovative ways to think about them.

Finally, the owner of Literary Map has created the promo code FICTIONOPHILE (active for three months) so that my followers can use it to add 3 more months to the default 1-month free trial for a total 4-month free trial!

After your free one  four-month trial, you will be able to continue using Literary Map by paying $4 USD a month or $40 USD a year.

Do you think you’d like to track YOUR armchair travels?

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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17 Responses to Introducing…. Literary Map @literary_map #booklovers #bookbloggers

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  2. Sheree @ Keeping Up With The Penguins says:

    Oh my, this is SUCH a brilliant idea!!


  3. That certainly looks like a fun thing to do, Lynne! And I might do it if it was free, but I’m so overwhelmed already not sure how I could add another pursuit to the list. For now at least, I’ll have to pass.


    • Haha. It is time-consuming Virginia, but fun. I certainly understand why a person might not have the wish to commit to it. I’m an old retired lady with scads of free time. 📚😘


  4. Love this Lynne just signed up using your promo code! 😀

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  5. Carla says:

    This is interesting, I will have to check it out.

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  6. Jennifer says:

    I’ve been doing this manually on google maps for YEARS. So cool that there’s finally an app for it!!

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  7. Hi. After reading this, I started wondering if I’ve been in Northampton County, Pennsylvania (I live in Pennsylvania). Turns out I have, as I’ve been to Bethlehem and Easton in that county to hear concerts. Have you read books set in Northampton?

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  9. Ooh Lynne I like the idea of this. I’ve been considering booklists to accompany my ‘virtual’ cycling challenges and this would be perfect. Do you know whether you can add more than one book for each location?

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