I don't have nearly enough shelf space for all my books, so they tend to pile up in all the expected places around the house. This is 1/3 of one of the 4 piles on the desk in my office - the top of the tallest pile that threatens to topple over at any moment. All but the King book are ones I've already read, but haven't found a place for just yet.
The Michael Korda book was part of the horse obsession last summer - thank goodness that never went much beyond books! This was my least favorite of the bunch I read and I still haven't managed to recycle it to the trash.
The Pine Barrens field guide more or less lives on my desk together with a wildflower ID book on the off chance that I'll feel like puzzling over the bundle of photos I took there this spring and summer. The McPhee book is a great one, but I'm only a quarter way through it since October or so. I'm not really reading that one in a linear way anyway; instead picking it up and reading a chaper when it falls out of the pile at me.
Fields of Sun and Grass is a great book... one that I've read a few times; most recently back in April in preparation for that trip up to the Meadowlands in North Jersey
So... I'm wondering what you all do with the books you no longer have a use for? Anything natural history related that I'm willing to part with I donate to the local Audubon chapter for fundraisers, but the rest of them? Save me from being buried, please!
festival of Lights
2 weeks ago