#FictionalWorldTravel: The first challenge for Bout of Books!

Hellllllo, you may have seen earlier in the month that I’m taking part in the Bout of Books readathon which I entered with little thought to what I was letting myself into. On finally researching into said readathon I found that there are a number of challenges that you can partake in. Today’s is from Between Library Shelves and it’s to list 3-6 books that take place in different countries than you reside on. I am currently living in Stoke-on-Trent, in the UK so that was out of bounds but I managed to find a couple that would fit.
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#FictionalWorldTravel
  1. Phoning home, essays by Jacob M. Appel (Set in NY City)
  2. Chocolat by Joanne Harris (Set in a village in France)
  3. The Penguin history of Modern Russia (Set in… Russian)
  4. Winter Birds by Jim Grimsley (Set in Northa Carolina)

There are my five books for the #FictionalWorldTravel challenge, and also my first book for the Bout of Book readathon will be ‘Little Women by Louisa M Alcott. Exciting stuff; if you’re taking part in #boutofbooks let me know below in the comments!

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10 thoughts on “#FictionalWorldTravel: The first challenge for Bout of Books!

  1. eclecticalli says:

    I thought about participating..but realized that might just be a silly idea for me at this point – far too much on my plate, I have to learn to master impulse control! But the fun challenges seem… well.. fun 🙂

    • littlebookblog says:

      Oh I’ve got so much on my plate but then thought ah well, might as well attempt. I read forty pages yesterday and looking at all the updates that’s a pretty poor effort but ah well 🙂 hopefully will get some more done today! :F

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