my shelves

My books that hardly ever gets photographed except when my sister comes to visit and takes pictures of them as a rule.

I might make a more comprehensive post of my collection soon.  Might.  I’m a bit busy with work now and setting up a new blog after the devastating news of Multiply.com’s closing their blogging and networking services.  Everybody is jumping ship and so am I.  It’ll take time… – not to mention a few tears.

Anyway, here’s the “before” photo of my books.

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10 thoughts on “my shelves”

  1. oh, wow! i guess you don’t call yourself “bookysh” for nothing!

    nice to see you here, jac. from multiply to wordpress. god forbid we’re forced to move to another one. *knock on wood*

    1. That’s not nearly enough, Jan. Kulang pa! But then I’ve only just begun. 😉

      Ayaw na jud tawn na ma-displace pa ta. Pastilan, I’ll die na!

      1. hahaha! as in! dili jud lalim ang pag transfer ug posts ug pics ai. nipahuway pa gani ko from transferring coz it’s just too overwhelming!

  2. I did a whole post one time about snooping on other people’s shelves via the pictures they post. Even when the bookshelves are secondary, and just happen to be in the background, I can never resist trying to read the titles. You learn a lot about people from the books they keep. In effect, the real person is on display for the world to see.

    1. I do that too, read the titles of books in pictures. I get curious as to the collection of books that one has. I think a person is not just one book, or his/her favorite book, but the combination of the books that he/she has or has read.

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