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?
This is the website of Kimberly Hirsh. The subtitle of this site comes from the description of woodland goth on the Aesthetics wiki.
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