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How many books do you own? This can include books in your to-be-read (TBR) pile(s) and books you have already read that are on your keeper shelf.
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Umm.. a lot. But, I like to give away books after I read them, so I tend not to keep many books, so my keeper shelf is very limited. I think I have less than 5 books on my keeper shelf. So that leaves my to-be-read shelf, which is not just one shelf. It’s not even one bookcase. I currently have three stacks piled in my dining room of books I recently received in the mail that I need to catalog into Goodreads. I have three five-shelf bookcases packed full in my office, with three stacks of WWII historical fiction sitting on top of one of them. In my second bedroom, I have a five-shelf cabinet of paperbacks, a three-shelf cabinet of mixed paperback and hardbacks, and a three-shelf built-in book case of memoir/non-fiction.
So, how much does that total? I’m scared to count it up. My best guess would be around 500, but I’m sure it is more than that. And I am not even going near the number of e-books sitting in my e-library in my Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Netgalley, and Edelweiss accounts!