Hello! It’s the last Friday of the month so that means another Exploring My Bookshelves post. Exploring My Bookshelves is a weekly (but adapted as a monthly meme on here at Xingsings) bookish meme by Addlepates and Book Nerds.
This month I had a hard time finding a single title to fit each weekly topic so I ended up taking pictures of entire shelves. Because of this I didn’t explain each choice as well. Also, some of my pictures will show a lot of books in series out of order. It bothers me too, but I didn’t want to retake the pictures just for that reason. But for those of you that have OCD tendencies like me, rest assured, I did fix them on my actual bookshelves.
Okay, let’s get started!
So part of the rules is posting your bookshelf. Here’s mine as of current:
10. May 1, 2015: Your Least Borrowed Book
A lot of my friends don’t really read so most of my books haven’t ever been borrowed, but if they did read more, I think my shelf of adult, classics, and plays/poetry books would have the least borrowed books . Most classics are free on ereaders now or really cheap in the mass paperback editions. Also, my few friends that do read, seem to enjoy ya more.
11. May 8, 2015: (Skipped?)
I guess this was skipped this week? I’m not sure, I couldn’t find the topic.
12. May 15, 2015: Books You Bought the Instant It Was Released
13. May 22, 2015: Books You Want to Keep for Your Kids
or Have Kept for Your Kids
As you guys know, I don’t use profanity, so for this one, I chose books that have mild language and have great world building since imagination is key to a kid’s development.
14. May 29, 2015: A Book You Bought to Complete the Set
It’s kind of moot for me to show you this since I tend to buy the entire series for all the books I own, even for books I don’t like as much. Weird habit, I know.
This is my favorite book meme to participate in, just because I discover a lot of books I never think about anymore. If you guys did this, I’d love to see what’s on your list! Have a nice Friday and enjoy the weekend! 😀