A Working Writer in a Working Library

As a handful of readers or podcast listeners know, I have finally finished a very long wholesale renovation of my house, which only took about three years longer than planned (Covid had a lot to do with that). During this time most of my library was packed away in storage, while some of my library has been packed away in storage for more than a decade.

By a circuitous route I’ll skip over now, Joel Miller, a former book editor for Thomas Nelson and how proprietor of Miller’s Book Review, asked if I would share some thoughts (and photos) with him about the organization (or lack thereof) of a personal library. And here is the result, and here is the tweet and some pics:

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