Rather recently Litlove did a post about her issues of stockpiling in which she very kindly gave us a picture of her TBR pile. Now, mine will seem small by comparison, but it’s still gotten rather, errrr, large. *sigh* That I decided to do a banned book challenge which gets rid of virtually none of those books does not really help. [Also – I have organized the bookshelves since the last time I did a post about them and so thought I’d share my wondrous sense of organization and sense of humor.]
First, the TBR shelves!
Please bear in mind that these are only the ones that are on my TBR shelves and have been so for a while and not at all indicative of even all the books I own that are on my TBR list.
For example, I actually have a few classics I want to read:
[I’m also perfectly aware that Clavell’s works appear below while Noble House is actually in the above shot. One book at a time, please.]
There’s also a few more over here (and no I am not including Meyer or Roberts in that “classic” category, tyvm – besides, I’ve already read those):
The bottom shelf here is old sheet music, a Music Lit book and anthology, my old Art History book and, of course, a big ole book of Leonardo Da Vinci’s works. Someday I might teach music to my little one (or to anyone again for that matter) and so can’t bring myself to get rid of any of these books.
And now for my sense of humor. What comes before conception? You guessed it! My bookshelves as in life: And, no, the book by Marquis de Sade is in literature NOT on the sex shelf; and, yes, I have more books on the matter of sex than what is pictured here.
So, what’s on your TBR shelf? List?