Musing Mondays (2/27)

THIS WEEKS RANDOM QUESTION: If you could travel to one place you’ve read about in a book, what place would you visit and what book was it from?

There are actually quite a few places I’d like to visit based on books I’ve read. Here are a few of them.

Florence, Italy from the Gabriel’s Inferno and the Florentine Series by Sylvain Reynard

Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon from the Fifty Shades books by E. L. James

(Also, the Thoughtless series by S.C. Stephens takes place in Seattle.)

Forks, Washington from the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyers

There are many other places, so this may be a question I use again in the future.

What about you?

Tamie Xo


4 thoughts on “Musing Mondays (2/27)

  1. karen thomson says:

    I went to Florence last October and re-read all of the Gabriel’s series while there one place they are we went into then walked out £15 for a larger l o l


  2. BlissfulReader says:

    While reading A Place in the Sun by R.S. Grey, I looked up pictures of Vernazza, Italy, where the story is set. It’s a city that could’ve been built just because it would make the perfect postcard. I would love to visit there, and the charm of the city really came through in the book.


  3. nicki442 says:

    You’re gonna think I’m crazy, but IF I could be invisible to others, and had every protection possible, I’d visit Sheoul in Larissa Ione’s Demonica/Lords of Deliverance series. Each realm in Sheoul is unique and not all are awful, lol.


  4. katiebird says:

    What a great question!
    I’ll go with you to Seattle and Portland.. 🙂
    I would also like to go to Oxford, England from Discovery of Witches and San Fransico from the Wallbanger series.


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