Anyone who knows me will tell you how nosy I am (and then ramble on for a while about it), and I love to see other book blogger's bookshelves-try saying that five times fast-so I thought I'd make a post about my own!
I'm pretty sure every room in my house has books. My whole family reads a lot (well, except my five-year-old brother, but we're working on that), so we have a few hundred books, easy. Here's where my books are:
This is the me and my mom's main bookshelf. I'm always worrying that it will fall down when I walk next to it, I'll drown in books, and have to read my way out.
I've unofficially claimed the top of the bookshelf as mine:
I've only read four of those. It's mostly plan-to-read books, though, and only one book that I have for review.
Then on top of our entertainment center in the same room, there's a few of my books, but mostly my mom's adult paranormal romance:
Then there's a shelf with half my mom's book, and half of my books:
Did I mention that all of these shelves are double stacked?
Walk out of that room and enter our gaming room, and you'll find a small bookshelf hidden behind my brother's tent full of toys:
This one's got a lot of classics and stuff that isn't that high on our plan-to-read mountain.
Now, we visit my room, where my bookshelf is in the closet:
Here's my favorites shelf. A few are missing (Birthmarked, Shade, Hex Hall) but they'll make it there soon!
These are more books that I haven't read. The plastic bag is full of swag, and the stacked books are review books.
Then the to-be-read books go on:
And they can't all fit on my shelf:
I've actually read The Host, which I really liked, but out of these that's the only one.
Looking at all of these unread books is making me sad. I think this summer I'll be joining Steph Su in tackling some of my TBR pile this summer, and catching up on my challenges. I usually get a lot of reading done in the summer, since it's when all of my activities are over. Do you have any summer reading plans?