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Lora's Rants and Reviews

My own unapologetic opinions on books and writing. I DO NOT accept review requests but only review books I choose to read and I don't post reviews on Amazon. I'm also persnickity about genre and plot.

Currently reading

The Victorian Christmas
Anna Selby
Progress: 6%
Occulture: The Unseen Forces That Drive Culture Forward
Carl Abrahamsson, Gary Valentine Lachman
Progress: 15/256pages
Fairies:: A Guide to the Celtic Fair Folk
Morgan Daimler
Progress: 85%
Sigil Witchery: A Witch's Guide to Crafting Magick Symbols
Laura Tempest Zakroff
Progress: 7%
Old Celtic Romances
P.W. Joyce
Progress: 3%
Naomi Novik
Progress: 19%
Don Quixote
Roberto González Echevarría, John Rutherford, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Progress: 48%

100 Happy Days - #89

Being organised


Some people would call it OCD, or CDO to put the letters in alphabetical order AS THEY SHOULD BE!


Whether it's organising shelves or books on my Kindle, or even planning events, I get a real kick out of having everything under control and knowing where to find things.


Let me say categorically that the images used in this post are off the Internet and are not actual photos of my stuff in perfect order. This is the aspiration, not the reality. However I do have a book with everything that is in boxes in the loft listed so that I can find anything I need to by getting someone to go up and get a numbered box, which includes rather a lot of books.


I love boxes and shelves and cubbyholes. Anything that helps me keep things in order.


I keep papers in file folders which means that important documents are always easy to find. It's mental, I know. Remember the post a long time ago that said I like desk assessories? It's all part of running my home desk like an office. Part of being organised.


I'm just happier this way.