Bookshelf Tour: Where do you keep your books at home?Are they organized?
I don’t normally participate in these things, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share my bookshelves with you. It was something I almost did when I first started my blog, but didn’t. But now I am! My books at home are split between two bookshelves: my textbooks/non-fiction/movies shelf and my fiction bookshelf.
There isn’t really an order to these, other than being separated by cubes:
1st row: textbooks
2nd row, 1st cube: foreign language books (fiction); 2nd row, 2nd cube: foreign language dictionaries and textbooks
3rd row, 1st cube: non-fiction books; 3rd row, 2nd cube: movies
On top of my bookshelf, I have my beer krug from Germany, a rooster set from my late grandma, and a German Bible (not pictured) that I inherited from my grandma when she died
Since I’m pretty new to book blogging, my shelves are still pretty bare. I’ve ordered everything on the first two rows in alphabetical order.
The bottom row has hardcover books, and I’m not even sure they are in any particular order. The bottom right corner features old religious books in German I inherited.
Nice and organized, right? Well, because I have a Kindle, a lot of my books are on there (and actually, organized by author).
But, I wouldn’t want you to think I’m always organized and neat, because I’m not. When it’s not in my purse or next to my bed, this is where I keep my Kindle:
My desk is NEVER clean.