To keep or not to keep, that is the question! I have run out of space. Unless I start boxing books to keep them in the garage, no more will fit. But I can't accept that. My favorite authors keep writing and I keep finding new keepers. What the heck does one do?! I joined paperbackswap, which is awesome by the way, but for every book I send out, I get a credit for a new one. Doesn't really help the bookshelf space.
My problem is compounded because I enjoy finding books in all different places and I buy more than I can read. My TBR pile is embarrassing. But back to the main point, how do you know, even after you enjoyed a book and would recommend it to others, that you don't need to keep it? Is it that you won't read it again? I only started
Ulysses, oh 10 years ago now and can't seem to get rid of the darn thing...Magic or Madness trilogy was cute, probably won't read again...but my neices might like it in 5 years...The madness goes on and on.
If anyone has any tips on learning how to let go, please chime in! I would greatly appreciate it.
I figured you guys were the group to turn to. Sorry if I am slightly off topic...