I'm getting a bunch of my Stephen King books back.

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Religiously_Unkind

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When my grandma kicked me out and I had to come live with my mom a lot of my stuff was left there, eventually we went and got a bunch of it and put some of it in my great grandma's garage. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to get the boxes that have most of my SK books. My grandpa (grandma's ex husband) is getting a trailer and bringing the stuff to me. The problem is that I have no more room on the shelf where I do keep the SK books I have. I could get another shelf but I don't really have anywhere to put it in my room. This is a dilemma.
 

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When my grandma kicked me out and I had to come live with my mom a lot of my stuff was left there, eventually we went and got a bunch of it and put some of it in my great grandma's garage. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to get the boxes that have most of my SK books. My grandpa (grandma's ex husband) is getting a trailer and bringing the stuff to me. The problem is that I have no more room on the shelf where I do keep the SK books I have. I could get another shelf but I don't really have anywhere to put it in my room. This is a dilemma.
it's the eternal dilemma of the reader, space for shelving can be hard to come by. i left my books in boxes for awhile last time i moved cause i didn't have enough shelves. i hate giving up books because i like to re-read, so far i haven't reached a saturation point that requires me to slow down. maybe when i hit 2000 lol.
 

Religiously_Unkind

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it's the eternal dilemma of the reader, space for shelving can be hard to come by. i left my books in boxes for awhile last time i moved cause i didn't have enough shelves. i hate giving up books because i like to re-read, so far i haven't reached a saturation point that requires me to slow down. maybe when i hit 2000 lol.
My room is huge but it's still filled to capacity. Maybe I should sell some movies I don't watch anymore; This is going to sound strange but I have hundreds, maybe even thousands of movies, and yet I still can never find anything I want to watch.
 

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My room is huge but it's still filled to capacity. Maybe I should sell some movies I don't watch anymore; This is going to sound strange but I have hundreds, maybe even thousands of movies, and yet I still can never find anything I want to watch.
with the proliferation of streaming i don't even own movies. so no competition there for me. luckily i share a house with some folks, so i've got 3 bookshelves in my room and 3 downstairs. with spacing options for more if we ever properly de-clutter. maybe you could look around the web for space usage ideas. there's lots of people who've managed to work with greatly reduced space that you might get some inspiration from.
 
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