Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit

Hello there, all! Today I’m linking up with The Broke and The Bookish for their Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s prompt is,

Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit

I’m really excited about this prompt, because books! And book’s settings, which is almost as good. So, without further ado, here is my list!

1. Narnia

…Seriously, who wouldn’t want to go to Narnia? Talking animals, living trees, beautiful enchanted places. I’d also love to go back to the beginning of Narnia, where if you threw a lamppost into the ground, it would grow a baby lamppost, and toffees make a toffee tree, and the air is buzzing with magic.

2. Middle Earth

Another classic bookish destination. Especially since I love the elves, I’d want to go to Rivendell, but most of all I’d love to visit Lothlorien.

3. Tronjheim

Here we’ve got a place from the Inheritance series. Not my favourite books, but the scenery was amazing, especially Tronjheim, the home of the dwarves, and Ellesmera, the elves’ capital city.

4. India

This one mostly comes from the book The Savage Fortress by Sarwat Chadda, which not only educated me on Indian mythology but inspired me to go there.

5. Hogwarts

A familiar name to just about everyone, the wizarding school would be ideal to go to, though I’m quite partial to Hogsmeade, too.

6. Ember

From a not-too-well-known series, beginning with The City of Ember. Ember is a city powered by electricity, deep underground.

7. Russia

I’ve always wanted to go to Russia, but even more so after reading The Wolf Princess. Gorgeous, snowy winter days!

8. Space

Especially the Pleiades and the Crab Nebula.

9. The School For Good and Evil

Though admittedly both schools sound somewhat repulsive, it would be fun to visit there at least.

10. Redwall

The place just sounds so nice and cosy, even if it is inhabited solely by mice, voles, etc.

Enjoy, and feel free to link up yourself!

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Places I Want To Go+ Thoughts on Seasons

Hi! Today I’m going to tell you about some of the places I want to visit, along with some thoughts on the seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter.

Places I want to go:

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1. Romania

Romania is so pretty, I swear. I would love to visit there!

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2. Russia

Two words. Siberian. Tigers. 

Ahaha, that and Russia is pretty cool.

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3. Iceland

Oh my gosh, Iceland. I really, really want to go here!

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4. Italy

Vineyards and pasta…as my dad would say. A family trip to Italy would be fabulous.

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5. Belgium

CHOCOLATE. My siblings went here and said there was primarily lots of chocolate and bikes. 

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6. England

I really want to visit England. It would be so fun~

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7. Scotland

My siblings went here and read The Hounds of Baskerville here! I can’t wait to see it! 

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My thoughts on the seasons:

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Spring

Spring is a fairly good season, my third favourite. Not too hot or too cold, generally, and lots of pretty flowers! Not to mention it’s always a welcome distraction after the growing monotony of winter.

summer

Summer

Ah, summer, my least favourite and most despised season. Hot, overly humid/dry, lots of mowing to do, and did I mention that it was hot? Thankfully it’s over for this year soon!

autumn

Autumn

Autumn is my favourite season! The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, apples abound, and I can finally wear my sweaters and drink tea. 

winter

Winter

Cold and snowy, and my second favourite season. I don’t even mind the shoveling! 

That’s all for today. Farewell!

Top Ten Books I Really Want To Read But Don’t Own Yet

Hello again! Today I’m linking up with The Broke and the Bookish for their weekly feature, Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s prompt is: 

top ten books i really want to read but don’t own yet

1. Anatomy of a Misfit by Andrea Portes.

I saw a sort of good, sort of bad review of this book over at Goodreads, and it said to read the book, if only for the ending. I certainly can’t resist such a mystery!

2. The Twistrose Key by Tone Almhjell.

This book looks really interesting! I can’t wait to read it. 

3. Loki’s Wolves by K. L. Armstrong.

Norse mythology, hurrah! This book looks super fun and interesting. I can’t wait to read it!

4. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman.

My sister and librarian both liked this book, and it looks very interesting! I can’t wait to read this one.

5. The Quotable Doctor Who: Wise Words from Across Space and Time by Cavan Scott.

This book looked really good! I love quotes, I love Doctor Who-put them together and it should be perfect. Right?

6. Malice by Chris Wooding.

Oooh, horror-y fantasy-y books! Nevillegirl recommended this one to me, and it looks fantastic!

7. Tuesdays at the Castle by Jessica Day George.

Castles and heroic princesses! Yay! 

8. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman.

DRAGONS. My librarian recommended this to me, and I can’t wait to read it! because DRAGONS

9. Fairest by Marissa Meyer.

So technically this one’s not been released yet, but hey! It’s not on my shelf. Oooh, so excited for this one. More villain backstory, which is always the best.

10. Bad Girls: Sirens, Jezebels, Murderesses and Other Female Villains by Jane Yolen.

Ooh, all about female criminals, and whether or not they were truly evil or not! This one sounds so interesting, I can’t wait to read it!

 

Well, that’s all for today. Farewell!

Bookshelf Tag

I was nominated for a bookshelf tag by Nevillegirl at Musings From Neville’s Navel! Thanks, Nevillegirl!

                                                                               Rules

Answer the following questions about books on your blog and then tag five other bloggers. You can answer the questions any way you want, whether it’s on your blog, in a video, or a combination of the two. Then remember to let whoever tagged you know when your post is up so they can read it.

Now, the questions!

1. Is there a book that you really want to read but haven’t because you know that it’ll make you cry?

Suzanne Collins’ Gregor the Overlander series. I’ve heard they’re really good but sad. 

2. Pick one book that helped introduce you to a new genre.

C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia introduced me to fantasy, and to my everlasting love-fantasy is my absolute favourite genre!

3. Find a book that you want to reread.

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. I loved it, but I can barely remember anything. 

4. Is there a book series you read but wish that you hadn’t?

5. If your house was burning down and all of your family and pets were safe, which book would you go back inside to save?

The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. I love that book with a passion, and it’s the prettiest book I own!

6. Is there one book on your bookshelf that brings back fond memories?

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. It’s the first book of hers I read, and I loved the movie even before I read the book, and then I loved the book. 

7. Find a book that has inspired you the most.

Gail Carson Levine’s Ella Enchanted probably inspired me to write the most.

8. Do you have any autographed books?

Sadly, no. Sigh…

9. Find the book that you have owned the longest. 

Probably Catundra or one of Doctor Seuss’ books.

10. Is there a book by an author that you never imagined you would read or enjoy?

I’m sorry, I have no idea! Oops…

I’m nominating:

Shim @ Magic and Writing

Artgirl @ Alien Cows

Professor @ Wondrous Adventures

Miriam @ Miriam Joy Writes

Kiwi @ Dynamic Ramblings

 

10 Books I Want To Read

Hi! Since I posted twice yesterday, have a short and simple post on books I want to read. 

1. The Runaway King by Jennifer A Neilsen.  

2. Loki’s Wolves by K. L. Armstrong and M. A. Marr.

3. The Twistrose Key by Tone Almhjell and Ian Schoenherr.

4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling.

5. Forgive Me, I Meant To Do It: False Apology Poems by Gail Carson Levine.

6. Jules Verne: Seven Novels by Jules Verne.

7. The Name Of This Book Is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch. 

8. The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien.

9. Yotsuba&!, Vol. 06 by Kiyohiko Azuma.

10. The Hero’s Guide To Saving Your Kingdom by Christopher Healy.

Enjoy!