Bookshelf Tour (Part 1)

By the time you read this, my bookshelves will no longer be the same.

I’ve been thinking about rearranging my shelves for a while. Then I saw that my friend Summer recently did a bookshelf tour on her blog, and I thought — what better way to document the before and after of the Great Rearrangement?

Because I have more than one shelf, I’m splitting the tour into parts. This part will cover my main bookshelf.

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It holds most of my favourite books, as well as those I want to read next (and a few I might have… *cough* abandoned halfway through).

Shelf 1: Black & Blue
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This shelf houses some of my favourites, including a collection of Roald Dahl’s short stories (mystery/thriller/horrifying horror), Switched by Amanda Hocking (YA) and Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi (graphic novel/memoir).

 

Amongst the trinkets is a mug of bookmarks I always forget to use, the tiniest book I own and a little motorcycle from Germany.

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I stuck these stars on during a photo for Instagram and just ended up leaving them there. Luckily they don’t look too shabby, right?!

Shelf 2: Blue & Pink

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This shelf has my favourite book ever: Roald Dahl’s Matilda.

As you can probably tell, I’m also quite a fan of Sophie Kinsella’s. If you like lighthearted and funny books, I recommend Confessions of a Shopaholic and Twenties Girl.

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I also have a beautiful copy of Mansfield Park — even though I wasn’t a fan of the story, I couldn’t bear to part with this edition.

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The little row of houses is from the Netherlands. They were originally my mum’s but I’d been coveting them for ages; I finally got my hands on them after we moved house a while ago. *evil laughter*

Shelf 3: Red & Yellow

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This shelf has the oldest series I own, apart from Harry PotterThe Clique was one of my favourites when I was younger; if the shot were closer you’d see how cracked those spines are.

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Two more of my favourite books ever are on this shelf: A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry and The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (both historical fiction). I did a review of A Fine Balance if you want to know more about it.

Shelf 4: Green & White

4IMG_90691Finally, we have a few more Sophie Kinsella books and a title I recommend if you like historical fiction and graphic novels: Maus by Art Spiegelman.

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There is also a bit of wildlife on this shelf: a white owl that I have dubbed Hedwig and a tiny-elephant-and-tape-dispenser in one.


And that’s it for this bookshelf! If you’ve stuck with me this far, let me know if you enjoyed this post and I’ll work on further parts.

Thanks for reading, and until next time.

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2 Comments on “Bookshelf Tour (Part 1)

    • Thank you! It does make the books a bit harder to find though (at least for me), unless I have their colours memorised 😅

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