Friday, 10 October 2008

Sorted Book Challenge IV

No Friday Interview this week, but I've some interesting ones lined up for Fridays in the coming months.

Instead, here a few more Sorted Books, which I put together during a sleepless hour last night (click on the pics to enlarge).

And please have a look at the links to other people's Sorted Books accumulating in the comments to my original post.







If you haven't had a go at this yet, I can heartily recommend it as a diverting pastime.

It's rather like writing haiku.

6 comments:

monix said...

You got me at it again, J, just as I was beginning to walk past bookshelves without rearranging them! I've put another one on RD today: http://randomdistractions.blogspot.com/2008/10/more-books-sorted_10.html

Charlotte said...

These are amazing! I particularly lie the Mermaid and the Drunks one and the one about Edinburgh. I'll have to give it a go myself soon (:

Nan said...

I've come to realize that this part of my brain does not work! This isn't one of my gifts at all. :<) But I do love reading yours and monix'.

Kerrie said...

Does sorting them help in the reading of them?
I constantly rearrange the books on my shelves but don't seem to get through them any faster.

Lucy Fishwife said...

Damn you for having provided me with yet another reason to wish that I had a badly broken leg and 6 months of enforced bedrest! Love your blog. Will get my digital camera out and start creating piles of books forthwith...

The Garden Monkey said...

I've tried it with gardening books - it ain't easy as most of them have garden, or gardening in the title.

I will persevere.