I think i should first take a detailed look at it. Ever since I shifted to the new place, almost all of my free time is being spent on arranging books. There were a lot many cartons filled with books, of all kinds and periods. There were books on general information, too many philosophical books, lifestyle articles, training books, maps, route books and tourist guides, subject-oriented books, novels and competitive exam guides. I remember I even had numerous collections of children’s books, but my nephews and guests had taken majority of them. That has helped in reducing my bookish weight during the shifting time.
In the early years of my reading, I had a crush on mysteries and scientific fictions, but gradually I lost interest in them. The reason might probably be the repetition of the patterns or my changing taste. I found many new books written in a rather predictive narration.
A best-selling non-fiction I happened to see at my friend’s library made me an ardent fan of this genre. Now, whenever I hear about a book festival or sale season in any online store, I forthrightly go into the non-fiction section. I do have some favorite authors already, but prefer not to stick to them, because every now and then, newcomers are making waves in the literature field.
My newly found interest has led me to do some random, mindless shopping for books. I get too immersed in completing them on the same day of purchase that I forget to look back on the pile I am creating every day. My husband is quite supportive of my reading habit, but he realizes that it is getting over the board. Now, when we go out for shopping, his heart beats faster whenever we pass by a bookstore. If I am allowed to get in, he knows that I will come out with the longest bill.
Now I realize the difficulty. There is no sufficient space to properly organize them in such a way that picking out a single book can be done effortlessly. Things are getting pretty organized on the book front here. I’m also realizing that we have a lot of books and am slowing down on book buying. I feel like I can be a little more focused when perusing shelves at goodwill now.