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What kind of books are in your bookshelf?

Bookshelf? Just one? I have five full bookshelves in my house, two in my classroom, and enough books to fill two more shelves in storage in my basement. My kids have their own bookshelves in their bedrooms, one for each kid (3 total), all full of books for them. My wife and I met in an English class, she used to be a librarian, I’m an English teacher… books have been a part of our lives since before we met each other. So I can’t give a detailed list of all the kinds of books that we have. I’ll just do some highlights. Children’s books. This is probably the biggest group. Cookbooks. This is the second biggest group. We only use like three of them on a regular basis. The others are there just in case we win the lottery and have time to actually try some of the complicated recipes in them. Copies of the textbooks I use at work. I don’t like lugging them back and forth, so I just keep a set at home. Copies of the novels I taught, in case I get to teach them again someday. Currently I just teach writing, not reading. Books my wife and I had to read for various college classes back in the day. We keep these for nostalgia reasons. Plus, it looks nice to have some Heidegger and Freud on your shelf. Dave Barry books. He’s been the biggest influence on my writing so far. The entire Dune and Lord of the Rings series. Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead, because I’m an American conservative and t’re required reading. The entire Twilight series. I blame my wife for these. I never read them. Hobby books about things I pretend to do a lot, but I actually don’t do very often, but I want to do more often, like fishing, hiking, camping, woodworking, and working out. Three “Complete Works of William Shakespeare.” Because why not? That covers about 75% of what’s on the shelf. The rest are just random things we picked up along the way.

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The books I used in college to help prepare for the SATs in my freshman year. Some fiction, such as The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Grapes of Wrath, to make me feel better when I felt shitty. Books I used to help me get into college. Not sure many of them are still good books, but they were useful learning tools. One Saga. I’m not very religious, but I bought it just because it was by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples. A few comics book. These are books I used as supplemental reading as I learned to read digitally. I'm not sure if many will notice how this ties into my writing, but maybe some will? I had to do the homework for a biology class, I have a lot of free time, so I bought a copy of The Great Gatsby. This is an obscure.

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