Greetings from… wherever I’ve been.

So, it’s been almost a month.  Most of which I’ve spent unpacking, preparing for a play, doing the play, then recovering from the play with more unpacking.

And, I’m back.

I’ve got three or four books on the go right now.  I’m reading Erec Rex 2 (can’t recall the proper title) to review for Edge of the Forest, Ghost Roads from the Gatekeeper Trilogy (yay Buffy!), and Soon I Will Be Invincible.

One of the things I’ve discovered while unpacking is that I have too many books to fit them in my house attractively.  So I’m going to create a to-read box, I think, and take all the books from my shelves that I might want to release once I’m done with them, put them in that box, and move on through them.  After that, I will ask myself the questions posed in this post at Unclutterer.  If after asking those questions I decide to keep the book, it will go back on the shelf.  If not, I will use one of the ways in this post at Zen Habits to get it out of my house.

How do you deal with your book habit?

4 responses on “Greetings from… wherever I’ve been.”

  1. I give all the ones I’ve read away. I’m afraid I’m not very sentimental about books– mostly because I always have a huge stack of new ones waiting to be read. I do save the autographed ones, but that’s it. I’m ruthless. My favorite book giving-away site is


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