Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Shelfie Tuesday

 









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8 comments:

  1. I love shelfies! Thanks for sharing, Sam.

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    1. My shelves change so often - I enjoy fooling around with them - that these pictures are kind of my own snapshot in time. I am a sucker for bookshelf pictures, myself.

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  2. What a great shelfie shot. I love the Library of America collection. Quite the Civil War (Lee/Grant) collection.

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    1. I love the LOA books, Diane, and add a few of them every year. I not aiming for a complete collection by any means, especially since they publish so many every year, but I'm up to 111 of them now. I've read from most of them, but they almost all have multiple novels, short story collections, or nonfiction pieces that I still haven't completed one of the books. Lots to look forward to...

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  3. Nice shelves, Sam. I own Books to Die for and have read about half. I sort of ground to a halt with it. The Mark Twain is the one I'd make off with, I must get to his Equator book next year... I own two copies, a paperback and a Kindle version. I prefer the paperback as it's a lovely softback edition but the print is minute so I may have to let that go and read it on my Kindle. The joys of elderly eyesight.

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    1. Thanks, Cath. I have six of the Library of America Twain books and they are among my favorites of all my LOA stuff. Twain still has a timeless feel for me, and I enjoy reading him.

      I know exactly what you mean about the small print. Kindles and other e-readers are a real blessing for those of us with that particularl problem.

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  4. Fun! I always love getting a peek at other people's bookshelves. :)

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    1. Me, too. And I have to confess to doing the same when we visit friends...I have to work hard on myself not to be disappointed in friends with no books on display somewhere in the house. LOL

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