Exposing My-Shelf: Shelf Thirty

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.100_0425

Shelf contains:

Conviction – Kelly Loy Gilbert

99 Days – Katie Cotugno

The Truth Commission – Susan Juby

Mosquitoland – David Arnold

Cuts Both Ways – Carrie Mesrobian

Infinite in Between – Carolyn Mackler

The Art of Being Normal – Lisa Williamson

Drowning is Inevitable – Shalanda Stanley

Trust Me I’m Lying – Mary Elizabeth Summer

Trust Me I’m Trouble – Mary Elizabeth Summer

Very In Pieces – Megan Frazer Blakemore

Hold Me Like a Breath – Tiffany Schmidt

Tangled Webs – Lee Bross

The Anatomical Shape of a Heart – Jenn Bennett

For the Record – Charlotte Huang

Made for You – Melissa Marr

The Distance From Me to You – Marina Gessner

The One Thing – Marci Lyn Curtis

Not If I See You First – Eric Lindstrom

This is a shelf I call my TBR contemporary shelf. It changes quite often and I have other contemporary books on other shelves that haven’t been read yet either but having a shelf specially for some of them helps me when I’m trying to decide on a new book to read and am in a contemporary mood.


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One response to “Exposing My-Shelf: Shelf Thirty

  1. I see some really great books on this shelf! The Anatomical Shape of a Heart is really good!

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