It's National Library Sheflie Day! If you have a local library, or even a small home library/single bookshelf/nightstand with a book on it that you've been neglecting for months, you can share a shelfie or some of your favorites in your collection! I can always use some good reads.
I usually have my "library" on display
And for books that you'd typically see in a library, I've been reading through The Witcher series by Polish author, Andrzej Sapkowski.
I'm a big fan of Fantasy, Horror and Thrillers, but I've been wanting to read more non-fiction as well. Any suggestions?
Hmmm... no Hush?
I do own the entire Hush run but it's hidden somewhere in one of my long boxes.
I used to rotate the books on the wall regularly, but I've gotten lazy on that recently. Batman #612 was up on the wall for a long time!
It's actually very good, but I'm a corporate atto*ney, so it's of interest to me. I don't think it has superheroes in it, but it can be argued it does have villains.
Just read the synopsis, it looks interesting! I'll add it to my list of non-fiction to get to.
Of course there's this, too.
I have it digitally, which is fine for me. I can't justify the space for what I would have accumulated and disk space is cheap.
I used to have lots of long boxes of golden age comics (40s-60s) back in the mid-60s. They disappeared in one of our moves.
Worth adding that I used to have original newspaper-style copies of Rolling Stone and the first few years of Heavy Metal in the 70s. My hoarding skills started early.