I display the best ones, the books of substance, on my antique oak bookshelf. They range from collectible tomes of Japanese poetry to recent acquisitions of fantasy.
Some authors occupy entire sections.
Jim Butcher Patricia Briggs
JK Rowlings JRR Tolkein
Richelle Mead Mary Stewart
Stephenie Meyer Patrick Rothfuss
Other novels are single representations.
The Hunger Games series Shepherd of the Hills
Buff, a Collie Seabiscuit
The Robe Dune
Stranger in a Strange Land Green Grass of Wyoming
One author stands out, Mary Stewart. Her novels include Touch Not the Cat, the Merlin novels, The Ivy Tree, and Madam, Will You Talk.
Another shelf holds my collection of ancient and fragile Fairy Tales, the old kind before PC advocates took over.
Do you have books that hold a place not only on a bookshelf but also in your heart?