What’s On Your Shelf, Craig Boyack

I just know you’re all dying to snoop my bookshelf. I shared a portion over at the Every Day’s a Mystery blog today. While you’re over there, consider following this excellent blogger and author.



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29 responses to “What’s On Your Shelf, Craig Boyack

  1. Thanks Craig, and thank yuo for being the first guest 🙂

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  2. What an absolutely fun idea! We have Jack London, Civil War reading and quite a few others in common 🙂

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  3. Great idea! I love that Edgar Alan Poe is next to the Holy Bible. 🙂 Great variety on your book shelves.

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  4. We’ve got a lot of crossover in our reading lists, Craig. Fun post.

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  5. It is fascinating which books we share isn’t it? I read White Fang as a child and all of the Tolkien, I don’t own copies of them though and that’s what I think is really interesting: which one’s we keep!

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  6. Great feature Craig. Thanks for keeping my two in there. 🙂

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  7. Happy New Year Craig! What a great idea. Loved taking a peek at your books. One of the things I want to do more of this year is reading. I love to read but the last couple of years I just haven’t had the time but I’ll be sure to make the time this year. 😉

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  8. I LOVE Tolkien and Rowling!! I have a lot of different genres, everything from Christian to HP Lovecraft. I actually have four bookshelves plus my virtual one, then there’s the Netgalley and arcs for review. I need to find more time to read too, lol.

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  9. Bookshelves are important, yo! When you said you’d narrowed down, I felt my adrenaline surge at the horrifying thought! Noooo! We must add more bookshelves for more books! But then, my ebooks total like, 50? lol
    Le Mort d’Athur huh? Classic. Unexpected. Great interview.

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  10. What a great idea. Hopping over now…

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