Alright here is a not very good photo of my bookshelf. As in one. Singular. Sad. There are not actually that many books on it. I used to have shelves and shelves full of books I loved, but then I moved half way around the world and had to give them all up. So now I only have the left two cubes in the second row (my fiction books) and the right cube in the third row of books (my non-fiction books - my backpacking/hiking guides and infos and stuff like that). There are sheet music books in the bottom right two cubes, and the second from the right cube in the third row, but they are my husbands. If there were more places to buy cheap books here (like a dollar) I could fill them up again, but oh well. I read more ebooks now anyways. I still love paper books though. Slowly I shall build my collection once again.
My Kindle shelves are not anything to speak of either. I don't really organize my ebooks. I have two folders - one is cookbooks and one is Christmas stories as I save those for Christmas time. I always think that maybe I will start putting my ebooks in folders by type of book, holiday themes, series I am waiting for the last book to come out to read, whatever I feel like at the time, but I just am too lazy. Instead I just scroll through all my unread books until I find one that looks good. So there you have my shelves.
If any of you are following along then you may have noticed that 2019 was not the most consistent year for me. I have been posting less and less and I finally came to the conclusion that I need a break. A break from writing reviews. A break from reading things I have to read to review. A break from being on a schedule and blogging, at least for a bit. I will still update my Goodreads with ratings for books I read, maybe a line or two about the book, but I need a break. I need to not have the stress of getting things read and posted and all of that. It has become something I don't enjoy so if I am ever going to get back on the blogging train I need a break. So I am not sure I will be posting in 2020. I will see how it goes. Life got super crazy (in a good way!) in 2019 so I also haven't had or wanted to carve out the time to blog. I am still reading books by authors I love, but this way I also can fit in more books by new to me authors. Or read what I feel like, what I am in th…
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