Saturday, February 28, 2009

Book Travels - February 2009



You know those movies where you see a plane on the screen go across the ocean and back again? Well, that's me in my February reading. I traveled back and forth "across the pond." I began in the US, specifically Laurie Colwin's New York City. From there I headed over to England (I just can't stay away!) to Enola Holmes' Victorian London with Nancy Springer. Then back to the US, this time in the Charleston, South Carolina of Karen White. I then came up north a bit and returned to Laurie Colwin's NYC. And then back again I traveled to Miss Read's Cotswold village of Fairacre. The time span was fifty years from 1958-2008.

4 comments:

  1. Nan, you really did travel alot in your books this month! Isn't it fun!!

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  2. My favorite kind of travel, Sherri!

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  3. And I've pretty much been just outside of Dublin for well over a week!

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  4. Les, I wouldn't mind being there for real! I'll have to come over and see what book you are reading. It's been such a busy week I haven't been able to read as many blogs as I would have liked.

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