Brotherhood 2.0 is (are?) talking about books and bookshelves. I think I'm going to have to start a one book in, one book out rule. John Green says "buy another bookshelf"... he makes it sound so, so easy.
Here is the table with the books to read from the library; plus some of my own that I want to read soon.
This is the bookshelf in the bedroom. It's a mix of read books/ to be read books, but I own all of them. Most of the TBR are on the bottom shelf.
This is the table holding the TBR Graphic Novels. And magazines.
Actually, I've read one about half of these.
This is the workspace next to my desk.
One of the living room bookcases. Note it is full. I've read about half of them.
Bookcase by my computer. A mix of read books and reference type books.
Bottom shelves of the larger bookcases; these, along with the piles, are mostly review copies. (Hey, I just got back from ALA!)
This is the bookshelf that has Cheetah's and Peter Parker's books.
These are some of the boxes that have the books that are in storage.
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