In my first bookshelf tour I showed off my display-type shelf on a wall in my bedroom. In this post, I’m going to be showing off a shelf which is definitely more functional than the first one. I keep most of my mysteries and quite a few classics on this shelf. I’m excited to show off some of my vintage book collections!
A lot of readers say that they can’t choose under 10 favorite books, but I have a list of ones which are just a cut above the rest for me, and which pretty much define the types of books I gravitate to and enjoy reading.
I thought it would be fun to do a post with a list of my top 5 favorite books of all time as of June 2020. (It’s definitely subject to change as I read more!) I’ll give a brief description of what each book is about and then discuss why I love it so much. My absolute favorite book will be at the number one spot.
(I only included fiction in this post, but Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis is my favorite nonfiction book. 🙂 )
Summer is here, finally! I officially finished school for the year about a week ago. I love making lists, so I made a list of some of the goals I have in mind for this summer. I’m hoping I’ll be able to find time to complete most of these!