What’s On Your Bookshelf?

What's on Your BooksheldI’ve always heard that you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes. I think you can tell a lot about a person based on their reading choices.

What you read and what books take up space on your bookshelves says a lot about you. What are your interests? What do you want to do? What did you like a few years ago? Your bookshelf says so much about you.

If you looked at my bookshelf (and my desk, my side table, and a shelf in my closet cause my bookshelves aren’t big enough) you would see a wide array of books. It’s a mixture of young adult fiction, ‘adult’ fiction, manga, biographies, books about writing, books from my childhood, and so many more. And they’re all there for a reason.

Some of the books I bought while I was on holiday somewhere, some were gifts, some were spontaneous buys, and others were books bought for school. Whatever the reason behind them, all of the books on my shelves are there for a reason.

Now, there’s this wonderful thing that I recently discovered called a #shelfie. It’s like a selfie, but it’s a picture of your books! How amazing is this? Not going to lie, I’m a fan of the selfie, and it’s probably not a surprise that I’m a fan of books. Therefore, when I discovered the #shelfie, you can probably imagine how excited I was. Here’s my #shelfie:


What’s on your bookshelf? Have you ever taken a #shelfie? Post your shelfie below!

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2 thoughts on “What’s On Your Bookshelf?

  1. I love shelfies! I took some myself for World Book Day last week. There’s a thing going round called The Bookshelf Tag, it’s a bit more detailed than your post but along the same lines. Here’s my Bookshelf Tag.

    Enjoy the Cornelia Funke books! I’m re-reading Inkheart (in the original German) as part of my 60 Books Challenge – finding a book by an author with my first name.

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