My hamster wheel has been spinning since the recent blog post regarding book reviews when you're a writer (http://jetreidliterary.blogspot.com/2020/01/posting-reviews-when-youre-writer.html).
It got me thinking about Goodreads. I have a Goodreads page in my personal name. When I'm published I assume I will need to be there in my professional (pen name) capacity. I can't manage two accounts so I'd been thinking I should restart. But as you said in that recent post, writers shouldn't be reviewing other writers. So what do you do about Goodreads? Should you just shelve and not review?
I think you CAN keep two Goodreads accounts; one for your personal stuff with reviews, and one for your author stuff.
My understanding (secondhand) is that Goodreads users like authors to stay in their own lane as much as possible. Post stuff about their books, answer questions, be friendly, but NOT also behave like a reader.
The thing to guide these kinds of decisions is the sure and certain knowledge that if you put it on the internet someone will find it and usually the last person you want.
You don't want to create problems for yourself if you can help it.