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The top shelf has many old books, the oldest being Think and Grow Rich(1937) by Napoleon Hill. There is also many books by Ayn Rand, including Atlas Shrugged. The others on that shelf, such as Multiple Streams of Income are highly recommended readings.

The bottom shelf is all manga titles.

The music industry books in the OP caught my attention.
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Mostly my non fiction bookcase. I want to get another of this book case and replace the less stable one I have holding most of my comics.
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I have seven bookcases and a rather large pile of books that don't fit. It's mainly non-fiction, history, philosophy, gender studies, technology.... A lot of different subjects.
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Owner manuals for my firearms, operations manuals for a Leopard 2A5 for some reason , The Art of War by Sun Tzu , The Principles of war by Carl von Clausewitz , Several works of fictions, and a couple of copies of fencing treaties.
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I've recently moved and am having some building work and decorating done in a couple of rooms so my shelf space is severely limited at the moment. The rest of the books are in banana boxes.





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Mostly sci-fi and fantasy fill my shelves - I've got a pair of bookcases for Star Wars, though I haven't had a chance to try any of the updated novels for the new continuity yet. Lots of Asimov, Jim Butcher, Robert Jordan, and others running around, and several other shelves of manga as well.

The rest are reference books - programming, math, armor making, history of weapons and weapon making, that kind of thing. They're not terribly well organized, unfortunately. I need at least twice as many bookcases to make it look nice, which may be a project this summer.
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Mostly fiction, biographies, manga...some Japanese books, drawing books...blank journals, filled journals...
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golden_angel42 wrote:




I've recently moved and am having some building work and decorating done in a couple of rooms so my shelf space is severely limited at the moment. The rest of the books are in banana boxes.







I jelly of the first pic. I'd love shelves like that but I live in a tinyass apartment.


Cute kitty by the way
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I've got a lot but not enough to be starting a small library. I tend to label my shelves instead. I have an arts & craft/hobby shelves, a fact/study shelf, files shelves, sci-fi & fantasy shelf and a classics shelf. Since I won't put up any more shelves the rest are e-books.
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I've recently moved and am having some building work and decorating done in a couple of rooms so my shelf space is severely limited at the moment. The rest of the books are in banana boxes.







You could open up your own library
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Posted 4/28/16

1stladyent wrote:


golden_angel42 wrote:




I've recently moved and am having some building work and decorating done in a couple of rooms so my shelf space is severely limited at the moment. The rest of the books are in banana boxes.







You could open up your own library
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I like the fact that you have so many books and they're pretty cool titles. If you have a book club I want to join.
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UltimateNeoHunter wrote:

The music industry books in the OP caught my attention.


Oh? Are you looking for some industry books?
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Third bookshelf:




Was the "Visual Guide to Lock Picking" useful?

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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Third bookshelf:




Was the "Visual Guide to Lock Picking" useful?



Not particularly. It was somewhat interesting and did give a little bit better idea of how to do it but in the end I learned best just by going at it with simple Master Locks and stuff.
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Mostly mangas really lol
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