Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Tuesday Book Chat | 23rd October 2018 | Narelle Atkins



Narelle here. Welcome to our ACW Tuesday Book Chat where we encourage book lovers to answer our bookish question of the week. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Please join in the conversation in a comment on this post or in a comment on the blog post shared in our Australasian Christian Writers Facebook Group.  

Let's chat. Where would you like to "visit" in a novel?

4 comments:

  1. I'd really like a historical novel to cover the East Coast of the US. I made the trip some years back and I'd love to 'see' what it would be like 150 years ago.

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    1. Hi Rita, There are plenty of historical novels set in the late 1800’s on the US East Coast that are set during The Gilded Age eg. Jen Turano’s books set in NYC.

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  2. Pretty much everywhere ... although Iceland, India, and Wales would be top of my list as I explain at http://www.iolagoulton.com/bookish-question-81/

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    1. Hi Iola, I can’t recall reading a book set in Iceland. I’ve read Christine Lindsay’s historical romances set in India, and Autumn Macarthur’s ‘Dolce Vita’ from A Tuscan Legacy is set in Wales.

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