Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Settings

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Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl
Today’s topic is
Favorite Book Settings

Here We Go!

  1. Small Towns ~ I love small town stories. Everyone knows everyone and everything is interconnected and interacts together. Small town romances are the best!
  2. Tropical Island ~ Being transported to a tropical island is always a dreamy experience. I love descriptions of the ocean, beaches, and tropical drinks.
  3. Snowy Mountains ~ I’m not very adventurous when it comes to skiing or snowboarding but, I do enjoy the idea of being in a cozy cabin in front of a warm fire while the snow is falling slowly outside.
  4. Bookshop/Library ~ I love when a character either goes to the library often, works in a bookstore, or even owns a bookstore. It would be my dream to be trapped in a bookstore or library.
  5. Space ~ Some of the most memorable reads have been set in space. It is so much fun imagining it or dreaming about traveling to the various planets.
  6. Old Buildings/Castles ~ Old buildings and castles are the perfect set up for a historical romance and/or historical fiction. I love imagining the various rooms and staircases and possible hidden passages.
  7. Road Trips ~ Road trip stories are always fun and I enjoy going to the various location in the book. Road trip stories are also usually filled with shenanigans too.
  8. Fictional Worlds ~ There is nothing like a book with good world building. I love getting lost in these fictional places that often feel so real.
  9. Paris ~ Books that are set in Paris are normally so beautifully written and fun to imagine. I would love to be able to visit there one day.
  10. Australia ~ Australia is one of my dream travel locations so I love reading books that are set there.

So, these are some of my favorite book settings.
Do you also have some of these?
What are you favorite book settings?

7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Settings

  1. When I was a kid I used to hang out in my closet and tap on the walls, looking for hidden panels (I was super weird.) I still get a thrill whenever I read a book or watch a movie/TV show with a secret door in it! 🙂

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