The Bloggers Bookshelf – Danielle from Books, Vertigo & Tea @BooksVertigoTea

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Hi Guys, welcome back to The Bookshelf. Each week I feature an author or book blogger and talk about their bookshelf with them. It’s a light-hearted, book focused, Q&A.

This week I have the very wonderful Danielle from Books, Vertigo & Tea.ย Her reviews are always so thought out. And she writes some wonderful opinion pieces. She loves to receive tea themed care packages and is a fantastic person to have as a friend. I really hope you enjoy reading about her Bookshelf as much as I’ve enjoyed putting it together.

What was the first book you remember having on your bookshelf?
This is a difficult one, but I believe it was an illustrated edition of Hans Christian Andersenโ€™s Fairy Tales. It was a lovely hardcover collection that with gold edged pages. I would give anything to still own the collection. I spent many nights flipping through those stories.

What was the most recent book you added to the bookshelf?
Well I am admitting that I am way behind by sharing this piece of information, but it is the original screenplay for Fantastic Beasts and where to find them by the one and only JK Rowling.

Which book have you most recently read from your bookshelf?
Gwenhwyfar: The White Enchantress by Mercedes Lackey. I actually had to finish this one in audio due to my eye sight refusing to cooperate. I am embarrassed to say that it was my first title by Lackey, but will not be my last ๐Ÿ˜‰

Which 5 books from last year would you not let go of from your bookshelf?
Oof! You like to ask the hard questions. My choices are based on titles read in 2016 but not necessarily published then: The Black Company by Glen Cook, Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter, Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor, The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis, and The Monster in the Road is Me by JP Romney.

Which books are you most looking forward to adding to your bookshelf?
Grey Sister (Book of the Ancestor #2) by Mark Lawrence or The Girl in the Tower(The Bear and the Nightingale #2) by Katherine Arden.

Which genre is most predominant on your bookshelf?
Fantasy hands down! Be it YA or Adult, my shelves are lined with fantasy titles for all ages. I cannot get enough of the rich world building, dragons and magic systems.

Which genre do you wish you had more of on your bookshelf?
Again, fantasy ๐Ÿ˜‰ You can never have enough of a good thing, right?

If your bookshelf could talk what would it say?
Haha, that I need to go out more! Seriously between the mix of fantasy and horror titles it is apparent that I live in my head and between the pages. And the unrelenting weight that my shelves must feel at this point just goes to prove that I live in fictional words.

What colour do you see more of when you look at your bookshelf?
This varies a bit now as I try to make a concerted effort to branch out. But my shelves are darker. A lot of blacks and greys. None of the pretty rainbow colors you see on instagram. Fantasy titles tend to favor darker shades.

Can you share a picture of your bookshelf / favourite bookshelf?

About Danielle

I am a nonadulting mother of 2 who has spent many years working in the healthcare field. I have been an avid reader for as long as I can remember and have enjoyed sharing reviews and thoughts on retail sites and Goodreads over the last few years. After this ridiculous brain lesion developed a few years ago,I found myself spending evem more time in books and less time outside, so my minion, I mean nonhubs pushed me to start a blog, claiming it would be a great outlet and help me connect more with others (I was beginning to feel isolated). And this is one of the very rares times I will publicly admit he was right. Now I spend the time I am able to online raving about all things book related, tea and occasionally my relentless vertigo and lousy symptoms. I relish in the opportunity to meet others who share similar interest and often fangirl over multiple things with a somewhat childish enthusiasm because the last two years has taught me that life is too short to spend it growing up.

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The Bookshelf

the-bookshelf-logoWhat a fab mix of books! Thank you so much for taking part Danielle I’ve loved having you!

Want to take part?
I am now booking for 2018, January is already almost full! If you are a blogger or author and would like to take part in The Bookshelf in the New Year thenย click here! You will be taken to a really short contact form so that you can let me know your details and I will send you a simple Q&A and get you booked in!

I can’t wait to hear from you!

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35 thoughts on “The Bloggers Bookshelf – Danielle from Books, Vertigo & Tea @BooksVertigoTea

  1. I had a feeling Dani was going to showcase some really good books ๐Ÿ™‚ I actually got a hardcover of Andersen’s Fairy Tales 2 years ago and I have been gearing up just to dive into my childhood nostalgia… I am thinking xmas time… ๐Ÿ™‚

    Love this feature (I may have to take part ๐Ÿ˜› )

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  2. Bookshelf envy! Love all the Pop figures! I would love to have a copy of this featured Anderson’s Fairy Tales book. I love this cover so much more. ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ’• Wonderful bookshelf post, Claire. Checking out Danielle’s blog now. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  3. Hi Danielle.

    Your shelf looks fantastic. I did not have you figured for a Funko girl. You learn something new every day. Congrats on the feature!

    Hi Brizzlelass, it’s nice to find your blog.

    Happy Reading, Ladies!
    ~Icky. ๐Ÿ™‚

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