BOOKSHELF TOUR! 📚 | More Hannah January 15, 2020 Tags:book haul, book reading, bookshelf, bookshelf clearout, bookshelf ideas, bookshelf tour, bookshelf tour 2019, bookshelf tour uk, British, creator, currently reading, Game of Thrones, girl, Hannah, hannah witton, Harry Potter, his dark materials, olly pike, pop n olly, READING, reading recommendations, reorganising my bookshelf, sex books, sex education books, witton, youtuber Related Posts Road Trip: Negros Oriental escapade with the Foreignoys (Full episode) Key & Peele – The Telemarketer – Uncensored Delicious Chocolate Hacks Ideas | How To Make Holiday Chocolate Cake Decorating | So Tasty About The Author William Frantz 100 Comments toocoolforcapes I'm sure that others will say it as well, but there is no right way to choose books to keep or get rid of. Do what makes you feel good! I personally get rid of a book once I've read it, but that isn't for everyone. November 28, 2019 Reply Coco Maurel I love your shelf 😍😂 and your pants too 😂❤️ November 28, 2019 Reply Mia 28 What would you say is your all time fave book/books? 🙂 November 28, 2019 Reply HexFloo Hey I would actually love to hear a bit about Mustard! Weird video request? November 28, 2019 Reply Catherine Sharp LOVE the video. I'm a nerd and sort my books in alphabetical order by authors surname and then have all the ones I haven't read on a different shelf. It's a bit odd but it works. 🙂 November 28, 2019 Reply Patrick Chambers Get thee to the charity shop now! You decluttered the book shelves and moved the clutter elsewhere.Now's the time to finish the job. Be careful, you might be turning into a horder and at 5 feet tall it doesn't take much to bury you. November 28, 2019 Reply Candice Douglas I have multiple bookshelves divided into 2 categories. Doctor Who and non Doctor Who. Non Doctor Who is alphabetical by author surname. Hardbacks top shelf and paperbacks 2nd two shelves. Other bookcases. Doctor Who TARGET releases of the original series from the 70, 80's, 90's and this decade (revived series). Another shelf with Doctor Who original novels from the news series. 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Doctors. Yet to get any 13th Doctor. Missing Adventures from the 90's and New Adventures from the 90's. Must get another bookcase for all my Doctor Who coffee table books from the 90's. Doctor Who geek – yep! November 28, 2019 Reply ABottleOfSigne I organise my bookshelf in a "These books FEEL like they belong together" sort of way 😅 Even when moving three different times, the same books always end up together 🙈 November 28, 2019 Reply Adil Farooq Honestly thought there was something wrong with my glasses until i realised it was just shaky cam haha. November 28, 2019 Reply Spiffleh I don't keep many books because I already get FOMO that there are so many good books in the world and I'll never read them all so rereading is a special thing if it happens. My categories are: random notebooks, childhood yearbooks, self-helpy type books, reference (all the textbooks that I kept from uni, dictionaries etc.), fiction 1, fiction 2, to read, a specific pokemon section, cook books and more to read. This makes me want to re-examine the two to reads. Not sure how that happened. Edit: Upon further examination, the second re-read is miscellaneous books that like… are just a random bumble of stuff that didn't look like it belonged to any other category. Like my kindle, a fiction book I bought that had a misbinding so I couldn't read it but I also thought it was interesting so I kept it. Other whatnots. November 28, 2019 Reply Yaritza Jimenez New subscriber here, are you like a sex studies student, or like a sex ed teacher? November 28, 2019 Reply Crystal Gard Love bookshelf tours. Nothing wrong with keeping books you have read before. I dont keep them all but if I really enjoyed a story I will keep it. November 28, 2019 Reply Anne Dekker I used to orginize my books by author name, but honestly my current more chaotic way of orginization is so much more enjoyable. It’s a combination of by language/genre/whereever it fits great based on size November 28, 2019 Reply paleghosty u should send the old books to books beyond bars! they send books to lgbt prisoners November 28, 2019 Reply emmi wan i like your bookshelf tour, my own is mostly organized by size and topic too so no shame but lots of love! November 28, 2019 Reply JudyCZ 8:53 Of course Lindsay Doe made a coloring book about masturbating monsters. 😀 Who else, what else, it makes perfect sense. I have a soft spot for her and for Sexplanations partially because she lead me to Hannah's channel. ❤️ November 28, 2019 Reply Ana Hannah, "The Outcast" is on my bookshelf too! I've read it a long time ago, loved it, kept it and even hauled all around Europe… and like you, don't really remember why I loved it. I actually decided to re-read it a couple days ago! I first read it when I was a teen, and learning English, so I wonder what I'll think about it this time around… November 28, 2019 Reply Cris I don't understand organizing a bookshelf alphabetically if I'm honest, it could never work for me I always organize it by "kind of book" so that according to what I'm looking for at the time I know what to look for (books from when I was a child, high fantasy, classics…)and I never throw away books that I've enjoyed even though I rarely re-read any in its entirety. what I often do is go through my bookshelf and read a random chapter of a book I've loved. it brings me joy and memories and it's usually enough to remember the whole story for me November 28, 2019 Reply Laura Harper Love this so much! also, brown hair brown beard dumbledor is actually Nicholas Flamel November 28, 2019 Reply Catherine Tomlinson I love your bookshelf. Its big. I have multiple random bookshelves – theres the childhood favourite collections one, the one with all the picture books and big books on there sides one and then the main bookshelf which is split into read and unread and then organised alphabetically by author. And then theres still random piles of books on the floor 😅 November 28, 2019 Reply Tessa Dsouza Everyone should read INVISIBLE WOMEN by Caroline Criado Perez. I cannot stress this enough. It will change your life, and I don't day this lightly. If there's one book you should read, it's this one. November 28, 2019 Reply poulo_pot Could you do a video about mustard ? We never hear about him/her/them 😭 November 28, 2019 Reply howeonearth I volunteer in an oxfam bookshop and we always make the books on a shelf be in decreasing size order which tends to help them look nice if that appeals to you! November 28, 2019 Reply Phreyah I'm one of those people who has everything in alphabetical order (by author ofc). I do have a separate Harry Potter shelf though, and several non-fiction shelves. Alphabetical order makes it so much easier for me to find a book I'm looking for! November 28, 2019 Reply p0etrygh0st So I only keep books if I will reread them, otherwise I might as well borrow from the library and return when I'm done. And I don't order my books at all. Maybe a bit of series books together or graphic novels together, but nothing else. zits designed for serendipity when I need something to read. And I'm a librarian so theres that. November 28, 2019 Reply abi rose warbreaker by brandon sanderson slaps! great fantasy novel that can be read as a standalone (although there is supposed to be a sequel coming out at some point??) November 28, 2019 Reply Ngaire Wotherspoon Dan's section is so tiny but absolutely banging what good books November 28, 2019 Reply Viktoria Squires Love your bookshelf! Mine’s organised by colour and everyone hates it because they think it makes no sense, but my brain categories everything by colour so it’s the easiest way for me to know where everything is❤️🧡💛💚 November 28, 2019 Reply Ngaire Wotherspoon Dan's section is so tiny but absolutely banging what good books November 28, 2019 Reply abi rose i organise my bookshelf by colour! November 28, 2019 Reply Maja Filipovic i clicked on this so fast November 28, 2019 Reply Lucy Wood My bookshelf is very meagre at the moment – I moved to uni so I only have a few books 😥 November 28, 2019 Reply Bryony Hall Have you been watching the BBC His Dark Materials series? SO GOOD November 28, 2019 Reply Dan Frederiksen I have some science books and some real events books but I find the medium very inefficient, generally against AV material. Also physical books are somewhat archaic inherently. You can't have animation and sound in books. Pretty great in the 1600s but not now. I think books are going away, not just the physical books but the static text string concept as a whole.Also consider 'research papers', named by the format but it's incredibly limiting to force the result into a text and diagram form. More and more the real scientific results is the youtube video connected to the paper. Especially in my field of AI. But take the videos about our genetic machinery. How are you going to best that with a paper.I think everything will soon be AV and AV with AI so rather than write a book you compose a story with AI tools that essentially render a movie for you, maybe even interactive. Teaching material will understand what you understand and cater to it with AV interface. Books are going bye bye. November 28, 2019 Reply Y K I don't know why but I enjoy your decluttering ideas so much, and I think that I'd organise my bookshelf the same way as you. There are books who belong together, no matter what 😅 November 28, 2019 Reply JF I am loving the fact Prisoners of Geography made the shortlist to stay on your bookshelf November 29, 2019 Reply Tegan-ann Wall I can’t get rid of books I have an obsessive need to hold on to them, as does my husband. Hence why out bookshelf is over stuffed and unorganised November 29, 2019 Reply K. I tried to organize by color but it is TOO STRESSFUL to find the books. so now there is a system similar to yours: i have my poetry session, i have the pocket session, i have the brazilian literature session, i have the sad books session, i have the more adults classics session, i have the classics session, and i have the YA session —– also, i have a part where i just put the books that are from my graduation course, a part with my child/teen books/collections AND FINALLY a part with the beautiful books that have to be shown in a very special way! HAHAHAHA i have too many books, i know that November 29, 2019 Reply Flower Ghost The one hundred nights of hero is so good!! November 29, 2019 Reply narflet I’d love a proof copy of How to Be Famous to go with my proof of How to Build a Girl. It’s so pretty and I want them to match! 😭 November 29, 2019 Reply Safi OliviaJane Please do a video suggesting books for different topics. I have recently fallen back into love with reading after reading your book "doing it" and I'm currently reading "the hormone diaries" I adore them so much! I'd love to read others that are similar but i am unsure of any, so your recommendations would be greatly apreciated. Thank you for inspiring me to read again and to build up my own bookshelf. It will definetly be filled with any books you may write in the future 💖 November 29, 2019 Reply JamieJam Re-reading? Ha! I borrow all my books from the public library. BUT I own 1 book other than my bible and I have read that damn book 30+ times. November 29, 2019 Reply This Ashley Dabbles I like how you organize your books! Why doesn't this have more likes and comments. I would organize my books this way if I had a bookshelf. November 29, 2019 Reply Katie Lynn I absolutely love these types of videos. Always looking for new reads! November 29, 2019 Reply musicislove325 So I've never watched a bookshelf tour before but I really want an in depth recommendations video in sections. Would you make that? November 29, 2019 Reply Monticha Hoff I love this way of organising though and prefer it to having it like this rather than alphabetical order or anything like that. Just your own personal feeling to the books, categorising them in genre or what ever. Much better and much more personal and lovely in my point of view!❤️ November 29, 2019 Reply Hermy I just get more bookshelves November 29, 2019 Reply Rebecca Rahi Organise each section in rainbow order!!! November 29, 2019 Reply Cerys Cole Now you’ve said they are 3 seperate bookshelves I actually have 1 but did think it was one big one!😭 November 29, 2019 Reply Ellen Fisher Read The Poet X, it is amazing! It's written in slam poetry and looks like a pretty chunky book but it took me a night to read xx November 29, 2019 Reply Jenna W I used to organize my shelf by series and then by size, but also the books I liked the most were easiest to access and ones that were more sentimental went lower or in my closet. Over the summer, I rearranged my books in rainbow order and it goes against everything I usually feel about organization but I love it at the same time. November 29, 2019 Reply funkyqueers I usually decide wether to keep books I have already read by two questions: Was it significant to me as a person and/or will I want to lend it to others? All the other read books go to charity shops. And I once did a very rigorous old white men declutter that was quite helpful in setting a standard for new books on my shelf. November 29, 2019 Reply Me, Simone & I Your shelves are gorgeous Hannah! November 29, 2019 Reply Beth Mine is literally just alphabetical by Authors Surname, and then alphabetical in series/book if I have more than one series/book by them (books in a series are in reading order) November 29, 2019 Reply Evie Mann My books are in order of area size the the bigger ones to the smaller mass market paperbacks November 29, 2019 Reply Ram 75 Smart…and she’s beautiful! November 29, 2019 Reply Eleanor Mackett My bookshelves are organised by general genre and then by sub genre. It makes it easier for me to find books I want quickly! November 29, 2019 Reply Firefly 24601 Whew! Melanie's book has been read! Also, taking screencaps of your bookshelf close-ups so I can put together a "to-read" list! November 29, 2019 Reply ReadWriteZoe I’m so nosy, so loved seeing this! November 29, 2019 Reply Else I have my books organized alphabetically (by author's name, so I can find them easily) and then a section with books I still need to read just in random order. I might reorganize them some time, cause it doesn't always feel right, and then I would go more based on genre I think. (Similar to yours.) But I just don't have the energy for it at the moment, so here we are. November 29, 2019 Reply Franky Rogers man im glad im not the only one who accidentally sets gecko food free throughout the house! November 29, 2019 Reply karolina i have one 4 by 4 kallax unit with another 1 by 4 on top of it and honestly it's the worst bookshelf ever if you have a lot of books because the shelves are square so a lot of space ends up being unused. current organization situation is the top four shelves are favourite books (a song of ice and fire in both czech and english, collector's edition of harry potter, tolkien books), the following row is my "to-read" books and chris colfer's land of stories, then there's two rows of books mostly organised by size and colour, and the bottom row is magazines and storage boxes with extra notebooks, important papers, that sort of fun stuff 🙂 November 29, 2019 Reply Juice Box Hello I am new to your videos and have been enjoying them lots! And I'm just curious what is the interest in the sexual educational reading material? Sorry if that comes off as rude I don't mean anything by it November 30, 2019 Reply Micah Stoicu I organize my bookshelf the same way every time I move. First, I set up my Harry Potter books in a nice little display. Then I shove all of the other books around them and pray that everything fits. November 30, 2019 Reply Zisha Tanzila I got excited only once in the video, when I saw Warbreaker in Dan's section. November 30, 2019 Reply xylene My bookshelves are not organized. I feel like I'm doing good to just have everything fitting on them at the moment. X) Yours looks very nice, Hannah! 🙂 November 30, 2019 Reply Martin DeHill Yeah those are clearly Billys November 30, 2019 Reply سجاد _ IRAQ I greet you with greetings of Islam ( peace be upon you) November 30, 2019 Reply PlethoraShae I’m a huge fan of the colour method. I find it makes my bookshelf more appealing to look at, and I’m more likely to stare at a book and go “omg I never finished that!” November 30, 2019 Reply PinkPromises Who's mustard?? Please tell me it's not her kid :O November 30, 2019 Reply Lauren Lemon I really only keep books that I know I'll want to re-read, nonfiction books I'll want to reference, or books I might want to loan out to friends/family. November 30, 2019 Reply Sofia E Since you posted the video where you decluttered your bookshelf, I have also decluttered my bookshelf (though I have a lot more books than you and I have a hard time getting rid of unread books, especially ones I've gotten from library conferences). Despite working in the library field (and therefore knowing Dewey), I also keep my bookshelves organized in a way that makes sense to me. I have 3 main sections- read, unread, and nonfiction. Within my read books I have a Rick Riordan section, my favorites are grouped together where they're most visible to me, and books by the same author are grouped together. My unread books are grouped together by diversity reads (lgbtqa+/poc/non-neurotypical/translated from another language/etc), historical fiction/travel, fantasy/scifi, fiction, and random extras. My nonfiction books are grouped together by the categories musicology, rocks/minerals, gender/sexuality, teaching/writing/language, then there's a different countries/history section that transitions into ancient greece/mythology/dramas and Shakespeare, short story collections, and poetry. I have a small section of that "nonfiction" shelf separated as a to-read-next, so I've set it up for myself so that it's easy to pick out a new book to read based on the general category that the book belongs to, which has made my collection overall a lot easier to navigate. I should probably declutter more, and once I've read more of my collection I'll probably have more to donate, but in case anyone finds it interesting, that's where I'm at with my books. November 30, 2019 Reply Ireallyreally Hategoogle How did the cricket hunting go? November 30, 2019 Reply Ronnie Here Yor video is about book shelf the why the fuck u r showing your ass in thumbnail December 1, 2019 Reply HomeWithMyBookshelf Go forth! Become a re-reader!! 😛 December 1, 2019 Reply Nancy Coster I organize my books on genre. The problem is, I have bookshelves all over the place. Thankfully I do have 1 shelf that is called: The next read. So I know where I can choose from 😊 December 1, 2019 Reply Mein Kamph I see a lot of bright colors. COPPA December 1, 2019 Reply Jennifer Ritchie Please please please, can you post a picture group to Instagram of every section of your book selves as I would love to use your library as a reference for future book purchases December 2, 2019 Reply Rachel Franklin Show us Mustard please! December 2, 2019 Reply Unphilosophize I love the way you’ve organized your booksI keep my unread and read separated and then I loosely separate them by genera, but I always try to put books/authors that I think would be friends together December 2, 2019 Reply Rebecca Hurford I do mine in categories>read/unread>colour! I have my tip top favourite books in the centre of a shelf all their own with fancy bookends and some ornaments, like a shrine to amazing books! December 2, 2019 Reply steady bloke Make yr shelves all the same height, ya herbert. Make a big shelf for ya big books- see? Bring them to the front of the shelves to allow air circulation. Dont put yr shelves against exterior walls- avoid damp December 2, 2019 Reply Caitlin Quinn I've just got a bookshelf, been moved in for four months and found some on a local second-hand site 🙂 so happy to sort my books! Love this. December 3, 2019 Reply x_Fafa_x When I didn't have many books and loads of space, I organized. Then I hoarded books and had no space left, so I had to double stack, which left me with not being able to see a lot of the books. Now I've mostly organized as much as I can, by "this fits over there.. maybe kind of matches the theme that's going on there, I don't know" 😂 so yeah, book shelves lovers would be in shock of horror at my bookshelves December 4, 2019 Reply Liz Luke I just have very basic categories for my bookshelf 😂I have my fiction shelf, my non-fiction/science books shelf, my poetry shelf, and then a shelf where random books that don't really go good anywhere else live. So your shelf is better organized than mine!! December 4, 2019 Reply DarkestwingsReads I explain this better in a video I have coming out Saturday, but basically I organize my books as close to the way a public library would as I can get. December 5, 2019 Reply Blair Iris I organize my book shelf by genre and I usually have my books in tallest to shortest order. December 5, 2019 Reply Katrina B I clicked this because I was looking for bookshelf tours with fantasy books.. saw a song of ice an fire in the thumbnail.. clicked.. sex books. I was not disappointed 😂😂 December 9, 2019 Reply Zoe Brook On The Come Up is amazing!! December 13, 2019 Reply Ali Bookshelf tour ? But the cover pic says something else's tour 😂 December 17, 2019 Reply Prasad J Haha i specifically types Hannah Witton bookshelf to see what book you really have😂😂 December 18, 2019 Reply Sophie Matthews Can someone please please tell me where I can find those groovy trousers? 🙀 December 19, 2019 Reply Gaby Flores Hold on, there's a vagina museum?! I must visit said museum December 20, 2019 Reply zapfanzapfan When did you realize that the Narnia books were an allegory for Christianity? I read them when I was about 8-10 and the later realization slightly ruined them for me but I still like them. December 24, 2019 Reply Aviva Dan reads Brandon Sanderson????? December 27, 2019 Reply Georgie White I don't have as many books but Harry Potter always deserves its own! I have the first ones I read all lined up in order and then the BEAUTIFUL illustrated editions. Honestly so amazing. December 27, 2019 Reply AshtheViking I see no Esther Perel on your bookshelves! Amazing relationship therapist who has books on erotic intelligence and infidelity. Her Audible podcast Where Should We Begin? is phenomenal. December 28, 2019 Reply Alishia LaPratte Please do a video on your feminism and sexual health section books! I'd love to get some great book recs! Sincerely, a book shop employee. December 29, 2019 Reply Verena Can I come over and read everything?? I just found your channel and omg, you seem to read exactly the sort of stuff I'm interested in! January 3, 2020 Reply angela ramirez On the come up is good!! January 8, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.