Bookshelf Tag

Blogmas 2018

1- How many bookshelves do you have?

Eight total – five full sized and two minis in the book room, and one more mini in the office, though that’s holding solely textbooks and computer manuals

2- How many books are on your bookshelves? Or how many books you think you have?

Currently my ‘owned’ shelf on goodreads says I have 707 books, which is probably accurate-ish.

3- How do you organize your books?

By genre, followed by author

4- What is the oldest book on your bookshelf?

I have a psychology manual published in 1895! It’s pretty neat.

5- What is the newest book on your bookshelf?

Wotakoi volume 3 by Fujita! It just came out last month.

Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku 3

6- What is the longest book on your bookshelf?

George R. R. Martin’s A Storm of Swords. My copy is 1179 pages.

A Storm of Swords (A Song of Ice and Fire, #3)

7- What is the shortest book on your bookshelf?

The Official Pokemon Handbook 2, coming it at 64 pages.

The Official Pokémon Handbook 2

8- What is the predominant genre on your bookshelf?

Fantasy. It takes up two an a half of the large book cases

9- Have you done a bookshelf tour?

Yes, in photos. I plan on doing another one again this year… haven’t decided if doing photos or video yet, though.

10- Go on a random number generator and talk about the book that corresponds with that number.

As much as this would be fun, it’s currently 5am, and going upstairs and turning the lights on to count books would not be a wise idea. So I’m gonna grab one from goodreads: Bitch Planet by Kelly Sue DeConnick. I don’t know much about it, honestly. This was very much a ‘I’ve heard good things’ kinda of buy. I’ll get to it eventually.

Bitch Planet, Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine

11- Do you have fan merch or any other decorations on your bookshelf?

I have a few anime plushies, and some Harry Potter merch. In storage I have more, including a Fullmetal Alchemist pocket watch. I should really get around to unpacking that stuff, man.

12- Show us your bookshelf!

13- Tag someone.

Don’t tell me what to do!


Happy reading!

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