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Unhauled Books I’ve Reshelved

We all love a good unhaul. We all, or if not most of us, find ourselves parting with books over the years so we have the space to bring in newer and more up to date reads. I know I’m regularly adding books to an unhaul pile (currently stacks of boxes in the spare bedroom until I’ve figured out what to do with them)

However, there are times I’ve unhauled a book and put it in this stack only to reshelve it a few months later when someone has said something to make me think about it, or I suddenly have the space for it again. I change my mind all the time with books so it is hardly surprising I reshelve books I initially planned to unhaul.

Recently I have done just so and I thought I would show the books to you. My reasons are very much the same for each one (there’s still a bit of interest and re-readability there) so I won’t go into detail. There are also quite a few books and I’ve rambled enough as it is.

Let’s just dive right in.

The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
Everless and Evermore by Sara Holland

A Family Recipe and The Forever House by Veronica Henry
Affinity by Sarah Waters
The Dark Circle by Linda Grant.

Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda
Chosen Ones by Veronica Roth

As the majority of these books have been read, thankfully I have not added a huge amount to the “physical TBR” aka the unread books on my shelves. And if I had unlimited shelf space, I probably wouldn’t have decided to unhaul them in the first place.

Do you change your mind about books you plan to unhaul?
If so, what influences your decision?

As always, thanks for reading and have a brazzle dazzle day!
xx

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