Most Valuable Book: From your personal collection of books, which ones
hold the most value to you - is it signed by the author? or maybe it's
your favorite story of all time? Share it with us.
That is really difficult to decide. I have so many books that I LOVE and own a physical copy of, that it is impossible to choose just one. At least I can narrow it down somewhat by excluding my Kindle only books.
I'm all about my book library and I'm also an extreme cover whore. My dream is to someday have a library with floor to ceiling bookshelves completely full of books. If you want to see my collection as of March, here's a link to pictures of my Bookshelves. (Note, these pics don't include all the books I've acquired since then.)
So to start off, I'll put up a widget of my signed books, because I think it is so awesome to have signed editions of books. They may me uber happy. ;)
As far as most valuable in the monetary sense, I have a leather bound limited edition Signed copy of Counterfeit Magic by Kelley Armstrong. There were two different types of these printed, and this one was the more rare one, with only 1000 printed. I own #655.
As far as most valuable in the I cannot live without them sense. Well that would have to be the entire Night Huntress series by Jeaniene Frost (Including the spinoffs). Seriously if the Zombie Appocalpyse ever happens, these are the books I will have to bring with me to safety. I could re-read them a hundred times and never get tired of them.
Hrm.. I think I may have over analyzed the question this week. Whoops ;)