I have just moved house so some of my TBR's are under a pile of stuff.
So I actually work as a Librarian and some of the books are unwanted donations so it's not really possible to predict my actual bookshelf from what's here.
I read Chick-lit, Fantasy, Medieval History, Alternative Historiography & Alternative Religious Stuff and unless it's marked as PC once it's left my possession I don't care what happens to it after that. Please pass it on or keep it but comment!
I also collect Knitting and Embroidery books and have an interest in other craft books.
This is not the sum total of the books that I own, these are the books I don't want to keep.
I have a listing on LibraryThing for the books I've read/wishlist/whatever
Oh Yes, if you think you've come across a Wyvernfriend before it was probably me...
Rings and Rays I've participated in
RRSR - Received, Read, Sent, Received
Rings and rays I've signed up for (listing them to scare myself)
Cursed Towers - K Forsyth
Forbidden Land - K Forsyth
Skull of the World - K Forsyth
Fathomless Cave - K Forsyth
My big fat supernatural wedding - various
Tall Dark and Dead - Tate Hallaway
Glass Houses - R Caine
Shakespeare's Champion - C Harris
Shakespeare's Christmas - C Harris
The rest falls away - Colleen Gleeson
Once Upon Stilettos
Demon Angel - Meljean Brook
Scent of the Night - Vicki Peterson
Taste of the Night - Vicki Peterson
Black Dagger Brotherhood series - J R Ward (spiral)
Be Still my vampire heart - K Sparks
The TBR Pile and I'm trying to keep it in a vague order, yes trying for FIFO, also going to add dates when found cause too long on TBR pile means it needs to move on! Until I read it I don't know if I want to keep it, if I know you I might be convinced to let
you borrow it even as part of my PC
HA HA HA HA HA
My TBR's are buried, yes buried so stuff is being read in a "Oh look what I found" order.
"Each of us has been designed for one of two immortal functions, as either a storyteller or as a cross-legged listener to tales of wonder, love, and daring. When we cease to tell or listen, then we no longer exist as a people."