First up are four books from my youngest daughter. I can always count on her to pick off a few selections from my Amazon Wish List. Brilliant girl, that one!
Kiley's Uniforms of the Roman World will make a good reference for my burgeoning interest in Roman history and the painting of said figures. Varney's book on Grant's treatment of Rosecrans piqued my interest when I first saw it released. I brought it with me for evening reading while away at the main office.
|Selections from daughter #2|
|Selections from sister #3|
|Warhammer support material|
|Field of Glory support material|
Armies of Ancient Near East and Armies of Macedonian and Punic Wars both were found on eBay. Both books are excellent resources for gaming either period. Great reference material and might be the best one-volume works for wargamers on either period!
|WRG Wargaming Guides|
|Funcken uniform book|
|Morschauser and Lieven|
Moving the books from the game room also allows me to recapture additional gaming space. The game table will remain at 12' by 6' but I may see a noticeable increase in space around the table. The painting alcove should gain a bit of space too.
Good solution, don't you agree? The only downside is that the game room and painting area will be separated from the library by a set of stairs. Once the library is relocated, my office, library, and game room will each be on a separate floor.