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Follow-up to last week’s question:

Do you keep all your unread books together, like books in a waiting room? Or are they scattered throughout your shelves, mingling like party-goers waiting for the host to come along?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

And also–don’t forget, folks–sometimes WordPress’s spam filter seems to decide that a lot of perfectly valid answers are spam. I periodically check throughout the day for lost comments. But, PLEASE–if your comment doesn’t show, don’t post it four more times in the hopes that one of them will go through. I get very, very tired trying to sort out the duplicates (grin).


86 responses

  1. Mine’s up! Explains why I didn’t take part last week.

  2. There are different piles for all books in my cabinet 🙂
    Thank You Deb!
    Happy Thursday!

  3. Here’s my answer. It’s hard to keep track of my unread books!

  4. Hi Everyone (Deb)! Hope everyone have a good Thursday and the weekend ahead 🙂

    Here Mine!

  5. I have covered this as well in last weeks BTT. I’ll pass. Happy Thursday everyone!!!

  6. My answer is up. Happy BTT everyone. 🙂

  7. Mine is up here and it’s good to be back!

  8. I played………..ugggh! Had to reveal how anal I am!! Hahaha Have a great weekend!!

  9. Happy Thursday! Mine is up here!

  10. My post is finally up… The Burton Review
    Happy BTT folks!

  11. I was out of state last week so posted a double dose today.

  12. I was gonna skip and start back at BTTs next week, but I couldn’t resist this question. I had to confess my sins… lol.

    If the Corn and the Mashed Potatoes Touch, the World Will Implode

  13. Here’s mine this week.

  14. I’m a “waiting room” kind of gal.

    Here’s my post.

  15. This is my first attempt to participate in a BTT and such an appropriate question for me!! http://cherryblossommj.blogspot.com/2009/07/btt-tbr.html

  16. Letting unread books mingle with already-been-read ones? That’s unheard of!

  17. For the record, I shelve my unread books with my read ones. I bring them home from the bookstore, log them into my spreadsheet database, and then put them with their new friends. Then, when I’m ready to find a new book, I go and browse the shelves, just as if I were in a library. I occasionally skim the list of unread books to remind myself of what I have still waiting, but generally, the best of them don’t remain unread for long!

  18. Here’s my post, though it’s not very long.

  19. Here’s mine… So far it works, but I don’t know what will happen when I run out of shelf. And that’s not too far away…


  20. Mine is up! Thanks!

  21. My answer is here.

  22. There’s really no semblance of order to my shelves, but maybe soon?

  23. Here is my answer: My TBRs get to keep each other company.


  24. Here’s mine! Although I missed last week’s.

  25. Hi, haven’t participated in a BTT in a very long time, thought I’d jump on in again!!!


  26. What a great question – this is my first week participating but I’ll be back!


  27. Not sure about this posting business, but here’s my best shot:

  28. Happy BTT! I’m late this week (got caught up with something).


    I also have a book question in relation to my answer: How to keep books “safe” and in good condition in storage?

  29. I’m late …again…my TBR waiting room has a move to the back of the bus policy read about it here

  30. […] 17 juli 2009 in Boeken, English posts | Tags: boek, btt Ha! I seem to have foreseen this week’s question of Booking Through Thursday: Do you keep all your unread books together, like books in a waiting […]

  31. My books don’t stay unread long enough to pile up, but they are together. My keepers are all together in one bookshelf, also.

  32. Kind of a trick question, I think 🙂 Anyway, here’s my answer:


  33. […] From: Booking Through Thursday […]

  34. I’m out of practice, I forgot to leave my link here when I posted earlier.

    Here it is

    Happy Thursday, everyone.

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