I’ve been tossing books. I know that seems like anathema, but I have way too many (and I left 95% of them behind when I left Ohio), thanks to my eyes I don’t read paper easily anymore, and I’d rather use the shelves for yarn. (My iPad, however, is packed with titles.) Still, there are books I will not throw out even though they’re falling apart. My Pratchetts. My ancient copies of The Uninvited and Green as Spring. (Must read The Uninvited again to see if it holds up.) Good Omens. And of course a boatload of books on devils and demons and Hell, all scribbled over so now no library sale will want them. Those will go at the end.
Where was I?
Oh, right. What books are permanent on your shelves, even if you’re switching to an e-library?