ZERO :: the Fool (annwyd) wrote,
ZERO :: the Fool
annwyd

Books books books books books books

I am horribly disorganized. The space beneath my desk is a terrible mess. I was looking for a book about runes, as well as an old notebook of mine. I did not find it. I found these.
ON A SHELF UNDER THE DESK
Wizard of the Grove (Tanya Huff)
Celtic Myths and Legends (Charles Squire)
Six American Poets
Starman: Sins of the Father (James Robinson)
From the Dust Returned (Ray Bradbury)
Where the Sidewalk Ends (Shel Silverstein)

ON THE FLOOR UNDER MY DESK
The Norton Anthology of Poetry
Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
Frommer's Touring Guides: London
Hellblazer: Original Sins (Jamie Delano)
The Oxford Color French Dictionary
Monkeys (Susan Minot)
The Writer's Complete Fantasy Reference
The Young Wizards (Diane Duane)
The Poetical Cat
Summon the Keeper (Tanya Huff)
Perdido Street Station (China Mieville)
Nanny Ogg's Cookbook
Bulfinch's Mythology: The Age of Fable
Gullible's Travels (Matthew Hughes)
Wyrd Sisters (Terry Pratchett)
Life, the Universe, and Everything (Douglas Adams)
The Unauthorized Trekkers' Guide to The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine (James van Hise)
Ascending (James Alan Gardner)
Blue Streak: Swearing, Free Speech, and Sexual Harassment (Richard Dooling)
A Rush of Dreamers (John Cech)
Witches Abroad (Terry Pratchett)
Hellblazer: Tainted Love (Garth Ennis)
The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner (Alan Sillitoe)
Sluggy Freelance: Worship the Comic (Pete Abrams)
The Last Apocalypse: Europe at the Year 1000 A.D. (James Reston, Jr.)
Promethea (Alan Moore)
Card Games for Children (Len Collis)
The Silent Gondoliers (William Goldman)
The Wolf and the Crown (A. A. Attanasio)
Latin for People/Latina pro Popula
Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess's Stardust

I went to put the Discworld stuff back on my shelf for it. The bookends (plain black metal things) are almost jutting over the sides of the shelf now, and there are still a few books that should go there lying scattered about the house. When I do find them, they won't fit. The cheap white plastic shelf itself, which I've had for ages, is sagging beneath the weight. The whole set of shelves is leaning slightly forward. This is bad. I will now have to do a minor reorganizing of my room solely in order to evacuate the Discworld books to a safe place. I won't pick up any of the clothes heaped on the futon, of course, or shelve any of the books scattered about the room. In fact, I might make more of a mess. But my Discworld books will be safe!

I also took a quiz thingy. Keelie made it.





Which PI Girl Is For You?


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Back to searching every nook and cranny for that book and notebook. I've probably neglected some really obvious place, and that's where they'll both be.
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