On the left you can see most of my genre books (not including my Fighting Fantasy collection, which I posted earlier here).
I don't think the photo really does it justice, it seems more impressive in reality. There's two rows of books to each shelf, so you can't see half of them (mostly the crap ones are in the back rows: Goodkind, etc). Then I've just shoved others wherever they fit...
I've taken some closer shots, which are below. And yeah, that is a hardback copy of Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code you can see in the bottom right. It was a Christmas present (no, seriously). Still, to be fair I quite like Dan Brown's novels. Even if he can't write for shit.
Here's the top half. Note the secksy hardcover of LOTR on the right, and the signed advance reading copy of Abercrombie's Last Argument of Kings (third from left, top row).
On the second row, books of interest include the proof copy of Paul Kearney's The Ten Thousand (third from left). Next to the Kearney is a first edition hardcopy of The Name of the Wind...which is as of yet unread. The heavyweight on the far right is GRRM's short story collection Dreamsongs, which is excellent and I highly recommend. Incidentally, the A Feast for Crows hardback next to that is signed by the great man himself. LOVES YOU GEORGE.
On to the bottom half...the lower shelf is dedicated almost exclusively to my David Gemmell collection, which is still incomplete. Some really old Fritz Leiber novels are stacked on top, with a signed hardcopy version of Erikson's Toll the Hounds weighing them down. On top of the Erikson is a copy of a cat-themed short story anthology called Magicats, which was a present from an author who shall remain nameless...you know who you are. ;)
Above is my Terry Brooks collection, most of which was purchased in my teenage years as I'm not an avid reader of his stuff these days (the copy of Morgawr is signed, as is the copy of Sometimes the Magic Works). More weighty Erikson novels are stacked on top, while on top of them is a signed copy of Terry Pratchett's Thief of Time. On the extreme right is a copy of The Art of Ice and Fire - a must-buy for any GRRM fan.
So, that's it really - my genre book collection in all its geeky glory. W00t.
This meme is open to anyone, so come on - let's see some ultimate fantasy book pr0n!