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How do you organize your books? Either at home on your bookshelves or on yourreading-device, or on your bookishplatform like Goodreads,Leafmarks orBooklikes. – Unconventional Book Views
Ugh. This is actually something I’m planning on re-doing over summer. For some reason, after my most recent move I could not organize my bookshelves the way I’d had them before. I looked at the pictures from my previous residence (I loved how they were organized!), but I just couldn’t get it right.
This is what it looked like last March, right after I moved. I now have MANY more books.
I typically organize by genre. On my bottom shelf I have literary YA, classics, Calvin & Hobbes, some gardening books and other things that fit oddly on the shelves, including my high school year books.
Next up is the shelf with my two favorite and illustrious series, Outlander and Bloody Jack, as well as a bunch of other keepers.
Then on the first shelf I have all my TBR books, double stacked.
On the top of the bookcase I have a pile of my literature anthologies and also more TBR books.
My Kindle has no order whatsoever. I keep books in my carousel that I am going to read next, or are review books directly from the author that I need to get around to.
My Goodreads shelves have the typical three, and then a few extra shelves that I just can’t keep up with, like my Story Plant books, historical reads, diverse reads, YA, fairytale…I’m just not good at remembering to put books on these shelves.