Looking to read some spooky books to get into the spirit of the holiday? I have some suggestions for you!
There is something deeply cathartic about rearranging your book collection. It is also a great way to make you aware of your own reading habits and how they’ve changed over the years.
“I think I’ve officially got enough books on World War One to put them together into their own separate category. Is that a good thing? I can’t decide if that’s a good thing.”
My apologies for the lack of posts lately, darling readers. I have just come back from a lovely holiday in Cornwall and then moved into a new apartment right after that, so my life has been a bit chaotic of late. Most of the work is done now, so I should be back to writing book reviews soon (first up: Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys!).
I have had some time to unpack and rearrange my collection of books though:
I love playing around with different ways to organise my books, and I’m quite happy with how this arrangement turned out.
Do you have a system in your home library? Do you sort your books alphabetically or by genre/period?