There are so many books in the world. What do you do after you read them?
Do you put them on the shelf? Share them? Donate them? Or throw them out?
I had this problem when I cleaned out my parent’s house. There were over 500 books. They were all over the house, neatly stacked in bookcases. But I had no idea what to do with them. I live in California and the books were in New York.
What can My Mother’s Books help you with?
Physical books take up a lot of space and weigh a lot. People are beginning to choose apps on their devices for reading. I have met many people trying to figure out what to do with their physical books. This is coming up more and more as the Baby Boomers become seniors and move out of their homes into a smaller space. What should we do with our books?
I have some ideas.
Who Am I?
My name is Debra Lobel, avid reader and writer. I am great at finding solutions to problems, but I’m overwhelmed with life – as we all are. I have stacks and stacks of books in bookcases all over the house. I used to share my books with friends and family but most people have move to online reading. I hate to destroy physical books.
How about you?
So What’s Next?
If you love books, I bet you have a similar problem. What are you going to do?