My Bookshelves Are On Display

Miss Julie, a dear friend who rescued me from BEA overload last year, is celebrating her 10th wedding anniversary. While she’s away enjoying some time with her husband, she invited some bloggers to share their personal libraries. My bookshelves are being featured today*. If you’d like to check out my most recent thoughts about my library and see those shelves, check out JulzReads.

Happy anniversary, Julie! Thank you so much for inviting me to help you out while you’re celebrating this mileston.


*Spoiler Alert: they are messy.


  • At 2013.08.12 07:40, bermudaonion (Kathy) said:

    I’m heading over there to take a peek now.

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    • At 2013.08.12 08:35, Jennifer said:

      I visited you there earlier this morning 🙂 I’ll actually be guest posting for Julie this week as well!

      • At 2013.08.12 10:34, Julie Merilatt said:

        You are such a sweetheart! Thanks for participating…

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        • At 2013.08.12 16:26, Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf said:

          There is nothing I love more than peeking at bookshelves!! On my way!

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