Haha, I'm kind of pathetic.
When I'm reading the books (or re-reading
) they, yes, follow me everywhere, too. Since I've discovered the Saga, I've been in trouble at least five times more for getting caught up sneak-reading after my bedtime than before I discovered them. I have two bookshelves. Well, one is a bookshelf located in the guest bedroom, conveniently next door to my room. It is full. I also occupy the top two dresser drawers of the guest bedroom with my books. They are full. I lay some of my random books on the little table in my room. And (getting to the point now), I have a desk hutch. <__I_I_I_I__>. That's how the division goes. The large section to the far left is for books, and the Saga books go I start there (that I was pointing to the section part, BTW) and go to the far right end, IN ORDER. (Of course.)
Anyway, the rest of the book section is filled with all the books that can fit (in order) of the Mrs. Murphy Mystery Series. But, I can always reach the Saga books with ease, and glance at them (okay, fine, stare) every day. (FINE!! Several times a day. Happy now?!) I'm like a worried mother with them. If I don't know exactly where each book is, I spazz.
I WILL notice if they are not there.
So anyway, I have two copies of Twilight, one hard and one soft, only one copy of New Moon (soft) and one each of Eclipse and Breaking Dawn (both hardcovers). The reason I have two copies of Twilight is that at my summer camp, about 8 of the people in my cabin had this random obsession with Twilight overnight, so I was lending out my copies left and right. (Of course, I couldn't supply the entire cabin, so they had to storm other cabins and beg for the books.) Okay, sorry, tangent, but I remember last year when the newest Harry Potter book started pouring in. It was basically the only package item there was! It was the same with Breaking Dawn this year.