Sjoerd3000 wrote:Nice room
And nice bookshelves Dave
meerkat wrote:Sorry about the first one being a bit out of focus (and large!) difficult to get a decent angle!
pip wrote:I'll be organising the bookshelf over the next week in the new apartment so i'll take a pic or two .
We are setting it up with two book shelves, One ceiling high in the living room for collections and collectables and then a bookshelf in the guest room with work and study related books with a childrens section.
Nice collection meerkat . And dave showing off his jigsaw again
The older ones are second hand, the newer ones are always on sale in Tesco when they come out and I never pay more than a tenner for them.meerkat wrote:OMG, Tony! You can afford pTerry's hard backs! You rich man!:wink:
deldaisy wrote:Pervs like you lot was why I always had a room dedicated room for my books... well that and I had a couple of thousand.
My books were private. Its like putting your frilly knickers on display. That and the fact that when I was younger people were forever going AHHHH! and I love books so much I used to loan them and never see them again. I bought one book 15 times.
And yes I do go lopsided and see what you have on the racks.
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