Exposing My-Shelf: Shelf Sixteen

I am notorious for being very, very particular about where my books go on my shelves. I have reasons why they’re placed where they are. They might not make sense to anyone else but they make sense to me, so that’s all that matters. Every now and then my reasons will change or there will be an influx of new books(looking at you April/May/September) that will make it necessary for the system to be tweaked. Every Friday(hopefully) I’ll be posting a picture of one shelf and explaining the reasoning behind it. By the time I’ve posted every shelf section, it’ll be time to re-arrange and start all over again.

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Shelf contains:

The Distance Between Lost and Found – Kathryn Holmes

We All Looked Up – Tommy Wallach

Liars, Inc – Paula Stokes

The Cost of all Things – Maggie Lehrman

Fangirl Collector’s Edition – Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl Regular Edition – Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor and Park Regular Edition – Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor and Park Collector’s Edition – Rainbow Rowell

Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon

All the contemporary books ended up on the same shelf for a single reason. They’re standalones(or a collector’s edition of a standalone). Also, they fit nicely together.

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4 responses to “Exposing My-Shelf: Shelf Sixteen

  1. I’m also very particular about where my books go! Is there any difference between regular and collector editions other than the cover?!

    TheDonkeyInvasion – A Bookish Blog!

  2. We’re particular about things that are important to us. 🙂 Now I’m totally going to check out The Cost of All Things, by the way.

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