Don’t Judge a Book . . .

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Everyone knows better than to judge a book by its cover, right? But is it ok to judge a gal by her bookshelf?





I don’t know your opinion on that, but I might judge juuuuuust a bit.





I merged and rearranged two bookshelves in my living room the other day, and I LOVE how it came out!





I even saved a bit of room for some Christmas decorations!





Over the years, I’ve definitely read my share of terrible  books, but they never really stuck around. 





The books that have stuck around at this point are old friends, even if there are one or two guilty pleasures stuck in there. (Seriously, I’ve re-read Glitter Baby probably a dozen times.)





I’ve moved these books from apartment to apartment, and the funny thing is I always organize them the same way.





I saw some blasphemous thing a while back on Pinterest that organized bookshelves by cover color, but I just can’t get behind it.





Regardless of how many times I’ve moved my books, the groupings always stay the same.







Starting at the top:





Eragon because it falls into fantasy and I didn’t want to have too many series together on the next shelf down, fairy books (yes, there are multiple), fairy tales, plus Gone With The Wind and related titles.

Next shelf:





A Series of Unfortunate Events, classics, and weird library castoffs I love.





Last shelf:





Mostly Christian historical romance novels, Anne of Green Gables, and  Irish books.





Are you judging my book choices at all? What is your system for organizing your books?

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