Welcome to Feature and Follow Friday, a weekly meme hosted by the wonderful bloggers, Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. The goal of this blog hop is to gain followers, discover new blogs, and make new friends! What makes this blog hop different than others (and the reason I wanted to link up) is that each week both hosts showcase a "Featured Blogger" ~ what a great way to get to know bloggers from different genres and areas!!
This weeks featured bloggers are Banosaur and , Alexandra Florence Books check out their blogs, see what their about, and then give them a follow!
Question of The Week:
How do you organize your books? Either at home on your bookshelves or on your reading-device, or on your bookish platform like Goodreads, Leafmarks or Booklikes. - Suggested by Unconventional Book Views
I am a HUGE e-reader! I’d say 95% of all books I read are digital and I read them on my only non-human love, my 8.9” Kindle Fire HDX :) I love my Kindle, can’t leave home without it, but the one thing that truly irks me is that there is NO way to categorize or organize your books on it! You can sort them by author, title, most recent…… and that’s it, I really don’t understand this. Anyways, we also have a wall of bookshelves in our family room and this is where I display my favorite print copy books. Yep that’s right; even though I read all digital I then buy print copies of ALL my favorite books! It doesn’t matter if I read it as an eARC or purchased it myself on Amazon, I have a bit of a problem & this drives my hubby crazy LOL I organize my books by series first, each series has its own special display shelf & each book within the series sits on a stand with its cover facing out. Stand-alone books get grouped together by genre and each genre has 3-4 shelves dedicated to it. I organize the books on these shelves by lining them up in alphabetical order; author first, then by title. Books within each genre that have covers I absolutely loved also get placed on stands with their covers facing out. Basically, I organize my books the same way you find them at most bookstores :)