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My Bookshelf, Project Spectrum Style

I know I promised knitting pics last time, but it's just way too ucky outside for photography. Luckily, I took some photos on Friday. I saw this on Megan's, The Knitting Philistine and Lolly's blogs and am ripping off their idea. I just love looking at someone's book choices - it's like digging through someone's trash, butless gross.

Green Books.







I put this picture first because it makes me look the smartest. Look at all those thick scholarly anthologies! English majors, I'm sure you recognize the Nortons. Those two skinny books are my green knitting books - Fitted Knits is the bookshelf's most recent addition.

Yellow Books.










Sorry, these titles are a bit harder to read. This is probably the most accurate blend of the genres found on our bookshelf - some classics, knitting, chic lit, comtemporary fiction, eastern thought, and non fiction. All that's really missing are the tons of J's computer manuals. Wait till the white PS month.

Pink Books.





This section is a bit embarrassing. So I like Chic Lit, big deal!

Enjoy the rest of the weekend, everyone! I'm going to spend the rest of the day hunkered down and studying.

Comments

Lolly said…
It's always fun to look at bookshelves! I didn't do this installment of bookshelf photos for the last color theme (although I did take loads of pictures of my shelves for last year's PS). I have a ton of black books too.

You have a lot of green! :) Thanks for posting!
Stacey said…
funny how there were so many green books (in the other blogs too) must be a good "book color" or something!
lobstah said…
Girl books are like junk food for the brain...reading them all the time would be a bad thing but once in a while you just need a fix!
Yay for Literary Spectrum!
Navi said…
I also love to look at bookshelves, yay for HP books! and chic lit is my guilty pleasure too.
pamela wynne said…
Oh, I love looking at other people's bookshelves! And I actually read chick lit for my job, so my pink book collection totally puts yours to shame! ;)
Jaclyn said…
I LOVE your book pictures - I am entranced by people's bookshelves, and I love getting new ideas for books to read (let alone learning more about the books' owners, you know? ;)
Anonymous said…
if there is one thing i have to know about people it's whether they read and WHAT they read. you can tell so much about a person. thanks for letting us have a peek! :0)
Elizabeth said…
Love the book photos. Don't be embarrassed by your pink stack - I totally read all the Shopaholic books. Guilty pleasure!
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