Who needs an umbrella when books are falling from the sky? I received a nice email from Eva Etzioni-Halvey, asking me if I would review her book, "The Triumph of Deborah". Of course I said yes, and in just a couple of days, it was on my doorstep. (Thank you Amazon) I also won "Matrimony" over at Naked Without Books (woo hoo, me!) and I had lunch with my bookish friend, who loaded me up with about 30 new hardbacks. My TBR pile is reaching a tipping point and my husband is about to open a store! As anyone who reads, or knows me, is aware, I love books. I love the smell, I love having them around, and I have a terrible time getting rid of any of them. Does anyone else have this problem? I know I should share, or at least donate them, or sell them. Heck, if I had a sale, I could pay off my Visa and buy more books....hmmm. I have quite a few signed copies that I cannot loan out or part with, I have my favorite series all lined up like good little soldiers, I have some that I have thrown across the room, from frustration, and I have lots that I just like. So do I build more shelves or do I have a sale? How many is too many? What do you think??