A Christmas Book Flood

24 Festive Tasks: Door 17 – St. Lucia’s Day, Task 1:

In honor of the Icelandic Jólabókaflóðið / Yule Book Flood tradition, create a (virtual or physical) “book flood” and post a picture of it.

A book flood of the print and audio CD part of this year’s Christmas reads (both completed and yet to finish):

(The background is supposed to be dark blue, but oh well … :D)

 

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