Hey guys, last week I showed you the first part of my shelf tour, the bookcase in my living area that you see when you first walk into my apartment. This time, I’ll show you the two bookcases in my bedroom. Next week I’ll wrap it up with the Scary Closet (piles of books that will, one day, fall and crush me to death).
Bookshelf Tour: Part 2
Here is the zoomed out view of both shelves.
This is my romance/paranormal mass market shelf. I just got really excited looking at the Jeaniene Frost stack…next book comes out in February! I can’t wait.
Ahh…the Chosen Shelf. My Harry Potter books are pretty beaten up, especially the paperbacks. But I’ll never be replacing them since I’m such a sentimental fool over them. One of these days I might get another set that I can display in a more prominent location. Anyway…next to those are my Jennifer Donnelly books…including her newest, Revolution, that I got a signed copy of thanks to the fabulous April. (If you’re a Donnelly fan, you’ll notice Tea Rose is missing…I loaned it to my mama.) Then you have my Linda Howard hardbacks. I really love a lot of her books (like…those. And the ones up there on the MMPB shelf.), but she is really a hit-and-miss author for me.
Mostly YA down here. The main exceptions being a couple of historical fiction books by Michelle Moran, and two books from the absolutely fabulous series by Deanna Raybourn.
These shelves hold several of my favorite adult series. The In Death books by J.D. Robb, Troubleshooters by Suzanne Brockmann, Karen Rose thrillers, Women of the Underworld by Kelley Armstrong and the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. Also…randomly, you see the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson and The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss.
These are stacks of some YA series…with an ARC of Wither thrown in. At the moment, the shelf isn’t double stacked. But I bet it’s only a matter of time before I’ll have to start stacking stuff behind those.
Alright, that is the end of my shelf tours as far as actual shelves go. How do you like my (lack of) organization?
Next week, you’ll get the Scary Closet. Also, maybe one of these days when I’m visiting my parents I’ll take a picture of the ridiculous number of tubs full of books I have stored there. Make sure and link in the comments if you have a shelf tour up on your blog!