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Annotating My Bookshelf | I


Have you ever gotten into a blogging slump, where you have a hard time coming up with ideas? I felt like I had writers block, the dreaded thing no writer wants. So of course being me I went to good and searched blogging ideas to look for inspiration. I came across broke by books where she had some ideas listed. One of the ideas she had on her list was annotating your books/bookshelf. I was not sure what she meant by this exactly, but I though more about it the more I liked it.

So I decided to take a picture of one of the cubes of one of my two bookshelves and annotate them with the first thought that pops into my head. If you like this please let me know and I will continue. This was actually a lot of fun to make.



The Books

Eating Mindfully by Susan Albers

The Old Farmers Almanac 2018

Irena’s Children by Tilar J. Mazzeo

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

*All links go to their goodreads pages.


Do you have any thoughts on these books?


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6 thoughts on “Annotating My Bookshelf | I

  1. I also really want to read The Cruel Prince! 😀
    I loooved the Book Thief. I love it when a book is passed around family members. I have two sisters so when we’re all interested in a trilogy we each buy one book of the series and pass them around. ❤

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    1. I know, I am so happy we passed the book around. Not only does it save some money, but it really does add to the book. Knowing that two people I love read it and then passed it to me, it is something I will always treasure.

      That is awesome that you and your sisters do that. What series have you done this with?

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