Have you ever gone into someone's house and wondered where the books are?
No such problem in my house.
Book cases line the passages and there really is no room except for the laundry, bathroom and toilet that has no books.
And it seems that the books keep beckoning their friends in.
Those from the library and those on TBR call the loudest, and I know I shouldn't borrow or buy any more. And yet just today I bought 2nd hand another 3 Agatha Christie titles at a local market.
Review books positively shriek to be read.
We've got to the stage where there is literally no more room in the shelves and the books are arranging themselves on tables and even in piles on the floor. New books are always welcome though.
What I've posted about this week:
- End of the month challenge Update, 31 January 2011...
- Review: DEATH ON THE NILE, Agatha Christie
- Review: IN THE TEETH OF THE EVIDENCE, Dorothy L. Sayers
- Weekly Geeks - 5 : Blurry Book Disorder
- Making my blog less bewildering
- Review: BURY YOUR DEAD, Louise Penny
- Forgotten Book: READER, I MURDERED HIM, Jen Green
- What I read January 2011
- Crime Fiction Alphabet 2011 - Letter D - week beginning 31 January 2011
- New Aussie author to look for: Graeme Kent
- Chinese New Year Crime Fiction
- A Guide to the Kindle Collections Feature
Coming this week: tomorrow Crime Fiction Alphabet explores the letter E.