In today's Bookcase of the Week, it is with great pleasure that I bring you Felicia a/k/a The Geeky Blogger's bookcases. I originally met Felicia thru Misty when she asked us to co-host the Trick or Treat for Books Giveaway together. And I'm so glad, because Felicia is such a nice gal. I asked her to participate in my little weekly feature and look at all the great pictures she sent. But I'll quit yapping, here's Felicia:
I was kind of excited and scared when asked to take part in showing off my bookshelves--mainly because most of my books are on my kindle :)
In May--I did this thing I called Project Bookshelf! I am a reader, I should have bookshelves! It went something like this.
Project BookShelf: buy bookshelf, put together bookshelf, cuss at bookshelf, complete bookshelf, move all bajillion of my dvds on to bookshelf (the single ones are all in the totes, the open shelves are all box sets--yes I have a dvd buying problem), wondering why I keep calling it a bookshelf, then creating Project Book cover (which I will get to later)
First step: Don't be intimidated by boards, screws, nails, and what they heck are those plastic things?
Second step: Do the happy dance that you got it all together (and yes still operating to this day)
Third step: Admit you are using a bookshelf for DVD's---but if you look hard there are actual books
Fourth step: Find a printer ASAP
Fifth step: Fill boards with your favorite covers! (This was a ton of fun)
Oh and here are a few pictures of where actual books go in my house--since I pass on the paper ones rather quickly: on my desk, in a box, on bookshelves stuck in my closet (I saved you from seeing that mess), and piled everywhere :)
Oh and where do I blog? I have a laptop and a desktop but most of the time you will see Tonks doing this if I am on the laptop in the bed!
Felicia, Project Book Cover is so unique! It looks like a project I may want to partake in. I look at your pictures and see your book stacks and remember the days where I had stacks all over the place too. I now have my own bookcases that are filled and have begun overflowing into new stacks. le sigh... it looks like I'll never get rid of them stacks. But then again, I'm not complaining. Thank you so much for sharing your pictures... and Tonks is just gorgeous. I would not mind at all having that lovely head on my lap while I blog. Thank you again for playing with us Felicia - it was a pleasure to feature your bookshelves.
For those of you who haven't passed on through to Felicia's yet, please visit her here (tell her I say HI!)