Top Ten Tuesday | Book Places I’d Love to Live in

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

I love bookish places. And while I enjoy temporarily living in hundreds, some I don’t want to travel to, while others I don’t want to leave.

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is book places I’d love to live in. Here are my most recent top five picks!


Cesarine in Gods and Monsters

Sure, I wouldn’t enoy being hunted or burned. However, I’d raised a little hell. I don’t know why I chose this literary world, but I love it.


Outerspace in Aurora’s End

Outspace and intergalatic travel are dangerous, but that reason may be why they’re so thrilling. Even with the risks, I’d take a chance.


Hearthshire in Bound to the Fae

Heartshire is in the Fae lands. And while I love the amenities of my world, I’d love to live in this realm and get down with nature. The way Eva explains it is breathtaking.


Dystopian World in Wolf Shunned

I can’t exactly say where since the location is surprise I don’t want to ruin for future readers. Even though it’s dystopian, and this world is no more, I love how the wolf shifters have made packs throughout this world.


Shadow Grove in Anarchy

Sure, the crime is high, the cops are corrupt, and well, everything bad will happen, I love the atmosphere of Shadow Grove, especially the people.


7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Book Places I’d Love to Live in

  1. I love your creativity this week! Outer space would be fun to travel to. Wolf Shunned sounds like an interesting book!


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