I keep a lot of my books in a room of our house we call the library. It contains a love seat, a piano, and four-and-a-half book cases.
We also have two book cases in our dining room, though the top shelf on each doesn't have books on it. This is where I teach my kids, so there are a bunch of school books and random supplies and general clutter here. Five of these shelves are full of my husband's books.
And there are three kid-sized cases in the living room.
And I have twelve boxes of books in the basement with no homes yet. I may have too many books. Nah.
Here are close-ups of some of the more interesting shelves.
Yeah, these are almost all about Hamlet. And no, I haven't read all of them. I intend to, but haven't had the chance yet.
These all have to do with movies and TV shows. There are some biographies and autobiographies, books about specific shows, general Hollywood stuff.
Here's my fiction collection. It's mostly organized alphabetically by author's last name, and then multiple books by the same author are alphabetical by title. Unless there's a series, then the series is in order. If I have a bunch of books about an author or character, those come after the originals. So all my Jane Austen-involved books are together, my Sherlock Holmes, etc.
And the bottom shelf and half the shelf above are all books I haven't read yet, starting after the Wolverine collections. Well, I've actually read the Elsie Dinsmore books, but I haven't gotten around to toting them downstairs to put in the boxes of young-adult books I have no room for right now.
And here are my history books. The top shelf is all WWII and the bottom is the rest of history, plus a few random books that don't have another home yet.
I keep my cookbooks in the dining room too, on a little corner shelf that was my great-grandfather's. I didn't actually realize it was that old until recently, so now I'm treating it a little better than I used to, hee. Anyway, my cookbooks are on one shelf, and then the bottom shelf is the middle-grade fiction my son getting into.
So that's pretty much all my bookshelves. I'm glad I got to participate in this link-up, as I love to talk about books! :-D