I’m weeks and weeks behind on Booking Through Thursday, but considering I haven’t had much to blog about, this one sounded fun, so I’m incorporating the past two weeks into one.

An idea I got from The Toddled Dredge (via K for Kat). Here’s what she said:

“So here today I present to you an Unread Books Challenge. Give me the list or take a picture of all the books you have stacked on your bedside table, hidden under the bed or standing in your shelf – the books you have not read, but keep meaning to. The books that begin to weigh on your mind. The books that make you cover your ears in conversation and say, ‘No! Don’t give me another book to read! I can’t finish the ones I have!’ “


A good majority of what is one here has been sitting there for over a month. A few are new. Included are: 2 early Batman graphic novels, Four Blind Mice, High Five, Sin City: Volume 5, Decked, The English Patient, Memoirs of a Geisha, Marley and Me, Pride Prejudice and Zombies, From Dead to Worse, Gone With the Wind, D is for Deadbeat, Five Days in Paris, and A River Runs Through It.

Follow-up to last week’s question:

Do you keep all your unread books together, like books in a waiting room? Or are they scattered throughout your shelves, mingling like party-goers waiting for the host to come along?

I did some rearranging not long ago, and began to organize my book shelves not only by books already read, but by author as well, so the series books I read will all be together in one spot. Of course, it doesn’t take long for them to get a little mixed up because I am currently out of shelf space so books (unread and read) are mingling around on the edges waiting for a home. It makes it much easier when picking out new books to read, knowing where to look exactly.