The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #94875

My bookshelves are always a mess. As an actual librarianship student, I am slightly ashamed of how messy my bookshelf is. But, every couple of days I like to stock up on pictures for my bookstagram and blog, and as a result my books are more often then not piled on top of the bookshelf haphazardly.

 

If anyone has dealt with this issue I’d love to hear about it!

Please let me know if you think this series is a good idea! Also, I’d love to hear some of your stories about the dangers of book blogging!

 

Have a lovely day!

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15 thoughts on “The Dangers of Book Blogging #94875”

  1. Embrace the mess! Maybe your brand of shelf organization is what others would call messy. Mine is. My books are separated into categories that make sense to me, and they’re fit in any way they can and that I find pleasing.

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  2. Oh yes, I struggle with this too! I’m a librarian as well and it bothers me so much that my books aren’t in any kind of discernible order. With such limited space all I can do is organize by size… :/

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  3. I used to volunteer at the local public library. My bookshelves are in alphabetical order, by author, and periodically I dust the shelves. It makes it SO much easier when I wonder if I’ve already ordered a certain book, to be able to look and see, instead of guessing.
    Romans 10:8-13; John 3″16-21

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  4. Wait… what is this Book Shelf you speak of… Mine are currently labeled with sticky notes and laid out across a couch, love seat, coffee table, and desk….lol. If only I had a book shelf… then I would have even more room for books… mwahahahah!

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