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TysLolakins

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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #80 on: September 13, 2012, 02:11:35 am »
all fiction.
-sci-fi adventures (mostly about outer space)
-robots
-light humor set in africa
-most (if not all) of agatha christie (miss marple and hercule poirot)
-early people of earth 
-conspiracy theory

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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #81 on: September 13, 2012, 07:22:54 am »
-Contemporary Romance
-Adult Fiction

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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #82 on: October 03, 2012, 05:02:18 pm »
1. How many books do you have? What kinds of books?
2. Where do you put these books?

I think I have a hundreds of copies kasi I started way way back HS palang nag cocollect na ako. Usually my kind of books revolves on chic-lits, young adult books, self-help and leadership / work related books. I also collect books from my favorite authors such as Michael Crichton, Sophie Kinsella, Meg Cabot, Philippa Gregory, Mitch Albom, Paulo Coehlo, James Patterson and Nicholas Sparks.

Yung room ko sa bahay ang pinaka storage ng books ko. My husband used to tell me that my room is like a library, ang pagkakaiba lang may kama sa gitna. I allocated bookshelves and bought new shelves especially nung nag eexpand na yung mga books ko. Even at this time na meron na Ipad mas preferred ko pa rin nagbabasa ng books na hard copy.

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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #83 on: November 08, 2012, 02:15:07 am »
I have less than 100 books so far kasi i just started to read (novels). About 70% fiction (YA, contemporary, classics) & 30% non-fiction (self-help, biographies,philosophy & science).
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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #84 on: November 14, 2012, 04:25:17 am »
1. How many books do you have? What kinds of books?
2. Where do you put these books?

parang I only have like 5 lang na sakin talaga. nasa isang sulok lang ng room.  I mostly borrow, now, puro PDF downloads.

to describe the type of books I read, I guess mainstream? I mean, pag nakita ko sa net, or may kilala akong nagbabasa, I become interested.
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Re: Describe your book collection
« Reply #85 on: November 14, 2012, 06:41:07 am »
I have books whiich includes the ff:
Financial books
nonfiction (bios mostly)
Fictions:Chick lit, Classics (Jane Austen's, Alexander Dumas, etc), HP and LOTR, Sheldon's etc
Toddler/baby books ni dr. Seuss at Sandra boynton--wala pa ako anak ha. Paborito ko lang talaga mga books na ito. ;)
I do not know how to classify them the way the others did.

I have a book shelves attached to the wall, I also have a seating area which was strategically design to accommodate some of my books







 

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