Dewey’s Readathon Shelfie Mini-Challenge

I thought I should probably participate in at least one mini-challenge today. The Shelfie challenge comes from The Book Monsters where readers have been asked to take a “Shelfie”, which to me is just a blast of bookshelf pictures. My books are all over the place right now due to trying to create a small office in our large storage unit, and I’m generally shelf disorganized anyway. My collection of shelfies and book piles are below.

Gilbert (gnome) insisted on being present.

Gilbert (gnome) insisted on being present.

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Classics and some non-fiction

Zoom in my Dickens, Austen and Shakespeare area. Shakespeare will be knocked down to make more room for Austen. Sorry, not sorry.

Zoom in on my Dickens, Austen and Shakespeare area. Shakespeare will be knocked down to make more room for more Austen. Sorry, not sorry.

Harry Potter area. There is a second shelf that isn't featured due to half the books being in a stack unknown.

Harry Potter area. There is a second shelf that isn’t featured due to half the books being in a stack unknown.

Not sure what to do with these yet. Time to assemble more shelves, I think.

Not sure what to do with these yet. Time to assemble more shelves, I think.

There are more books besides the ones featured, but they’re sitting in stacks on my couches, floor, table, etc. I hope to have everything sorted in the near future, but anyone who knows me will know I’ve been saying that for a long time.

Hope the readathon is going well for everyone! Time for me to get back to Mindy Kaling.

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