Friday, September 14, 2007

Book site of the week: Your home library

From this week on, we'll recommend you on bookish websites or blogs that we like. My first one is actually a site that is dedicated to home libraries - Your home library.

This is the a great site that gives you the opportunity to check out home libraries from all over the world. I believe you can learn a lot about people, their culture and the place they live in from their libraries. Anyway, it's always fun and interesting to take a glance at someone's house from within :-)

This site is of Kim from the Netherlands, who explains on the site that "It started off as me, wondering about your home libraries. I have always been interested in libraries, big and small. Since most of my readers have a passion for books, I am wondering what your library looks like. It does not have to be a proper library, like you see in fancy houses. It could be just a space in a room that is dedicated to your book collection. Or just the most important shelves. No matter how big or small: I would love to see it!"

So, if you want to show the whole world your lovely library, just send Kim email. She is also responsible for the interesting blog KIMBOOKTU,which is defined as "gadgets to book lovers' site.

Both sites will be the first ones to enter our list of the bookish blogs and sites we like on the right side of the blog.

Enjoy your library and have a bookish weekend,


p.s. on the picture here, we can see Maggie's library from the site.


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for mentioning my website(s)!

I will put you on my Bookish Blogs A-Z list. Please send me a description of your blog!

Anonymous said...

Please, I will be eager to hear your recommendations for blog sites about home libraries!

Personally, I arrange all my books by subject. I have a problem at the moment in that my maid (I live in the Middle East) dusted everything and mixed it all up! It's taking me weeks to sort it out again.

Meanwhile, I've made a post on "Exquisite Home Libraries, in Pictures," which although far more elegant than mine, you might enjoy drooling over with me... at:

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"Madame Monet"
"Writing, Painting, Music, and Wine"