What’s with all the hard prompts?! 😂 Either I struggle with which books to pick, or I have too many. Am I the only blogger who deals with this? I hope not.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. For this month’s final topic, we get to squeal about bookish places we’d love to travel to. Unlike other prompts, Georgia from Just Read Them submitted the next one.
So let’s take a trip, shall we?
Paris in The Gilded Wolves
Paris 1889? Decadance and scheming? Sign me up, please. I absolutely love historical settings. Paris is already whimsical, but when you add history into the mix, you find something more.
Ketterdam in Six of Crows
Why didn’t I pick Ravka? Knowing to my luck, I’d be a Grisha, then have an unnatural attraction toward death. So at least, with Ketterdam, I can have some fun before my death wish finds me. And frankly, if I couldn’t have waffles with Nina, I’d get cranky.
Caldwell, New York, in Black Dagger Brotherhood
Yup, I hold no value for my life. Why Caldwell? Vampires. Territorial vampires. I don’t care about the slayers. I just want to get hammered with the Brotherhood, then go hunting.
Velaris in A Court of Frost and Starlight
The moment I read ACOMAF, I fell in love with the Night Court. I couldn’t get past how Sarah describes Velaris. It’s one place I cannot get out of my head.
Rockton in Watcher in the Woods
One life dream is to travel throughout Canada. I love how natural this country is. Even if you’re in a city, just drive a bit north, and you’ll find a beautiful forest. The atmospheric town in the Rockton series is too hard to pass up, even if there are killers living among the town’s people.
The London Institute in Chain of Gold
I want to read a book with Will’s initals in it, okay? I’d weep, then want to go ghost hunting. Then I’d cuddle up with a novel, then pet Church well into the night.