Rainbow Book Shelves

Evening Pumpkins,

If you are a fan of Bookstagram ( Book centric Instagram Accounts and posts) then you may see that many users ‘Rainbow’ their book shelves.

Basically, arranging your shelves by colour. I’ve looked at the pictures of many accounts in awe and at many times whispered ‘one day’

One day was Saturday 17th October 2020.

My mum was sick in the next room, my dad asleep, and the dog was looking at me like I was mad from my bed.

First thing first, I had to google the rainbow. I know these seemed weird, but where did colours such as pink, brown and Black go? I finally decided on an order.

  • Red
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Violet
  • Brown
  • Black
  • White

This is how it turned out..

I hate it. It’s not stunning enough to be ok with not being able to find a book that I need. Maybe its because I don’t have an even number of each book and therefore doesn’t look as symmetrical. I don’t know.

I am glad that I finally got around to doing this, but I will be changing it as the earliest convenience. What’s you experience of ‘Rainbow Shelves’?

🦇Welcome to my House…

Once again…welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring.

BRAM STOKER, DRACULA

I am so pleased you are here! If you are reading this- thanks for taking a chance on yet another book blog!

There are so many out there, so why-oh-why would you read mine.. well, what I can promise you this: honest Book Reviews, FairyLoot Unboxings, Reading Challenges, readathons, Tips for a better reading life, Spooky related content, and the odd Ghost Story along the way.

My favourite time of year is Halloween and I love to celebrate the creepy side of life 365 days a year, mostly by reading Paranormal novels, watching horror shows and writing my own Paranormal & Fantasy Novel.

I participate in Bookstagram – the Book Community of Instagram where I create monthly challenges. Head over to @thereadinglux to take a look. I love the community so much everyone is so creative and friendly. I must warn you though it is dangerous on your book money– there are so many great recommendations.

Finally, I just wanted to say that 2020 was a difficult year, but I think 2021 will be absolutely amazing.

Cheers to a healthy, Literary 2021 ,

xo