How do you store your books? On bookcases? In piles? In piles on bookcases? Are they sorted? Do you know where everything is? What’s the most creative storage you’ve seen or used for your books?

I have my books everywhere in my house. Some are on shelves, some are on piles on shelves, some are just in piles, resting against a bookshelf, some are on my desk, some are in piles in the bedroom. We have a lot of books and not enough space for them!

In July I read the following books:
Roger Moore My Word is My Bond
Roger Moore Last Man Standing
Neil Gaiman Trigger Warning
Ellis Peters A Morbid Taste for Bones
Doctor Who Engines of War
Doctor Who Cat’s Cradle – Warhead
Doctor Who Cat’s Cradle – Witch Mark

Books read in May

May has been a very quiet month for me as I have only completed one books (Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters: Travels through England’s Football Provinces) and am working my way through another (Back Story by David Mitchell).

I seem to have slowed down in both my reading and my blogging at the moment as I just don’t seem to have the time that I did before.

Hopefully I can get a bit more read this month.

Books read in April

In April I read
Bryant & May and The Bleeding Heart by Christopher Fowler
Patrick Troughton: The Biography of the Second Doctor Who by Michael Troughton
Fatherland by Nina Bunjevac
Cat’s Cradle: Time’s Crucible by Marc Platt
Weapons Of Mass Diplomacy by Abel Lanzac, Christophe Blain
What You See Is What You Get by Alan Sugar