Saturday, August 28, 2021

Armchair Travel Report - by Magdalena Scott

Photo by Marlon Corona on Unsplash

You may know that even though I live in a small town, I love to get out and see the world. 

Due to covid it's been a long time since I physically traveled more than sixty miles in any direction. I was fortunate to take a big, fabulous trip in February 2020. You can read about my nifty trip from Southern Indiana to Key West, Florida here.

I'm so thankful for books! Through reading, I can have all sorts of adventures. 

I've done quite a bit of armchair traveling this summer. Here is some of where I've been:

Title: Mending Fences

Author: Suzanne Woods Fisher

Genre: Amish sweet romance

Armchair Travel to: Stoney Ridge and Windmill Farm

Title: The Library at the Edge of the World

Author: Felicity Hayes-McCoy

Genre: Women's fiction

Armchair Travel to: Ireland's beautiful West Coast

Title: The Narrowboat Summer

Author: Anne Youngson

Genre: Women's fiction

Armchair Travel to and through, the canals of England

Title: Views from a Cruise

Author: Fabienne Wolf

Genre: Nonfiction - travel

Armchair Travel to: all over the world, via a massive cruise ship

Title: Murder, She Wrote: A Time for Murder

Author: Jessica Fletcher and Jon Land

Genre: Cozy mystery

Armchair Travel to: Cabot Cove, Maine area (past and present)

Title: Ellie Dwyer’s Big Mistake and Ellie Dwyer’s Change of Plans

Author: Diane Winger

Genre: Women’s fiction

Armchair Travel to: Living in an RV! (These are the last two books in the trilogy. I read the first one a while ago.)

Title: How to Find Love in a Bookshop

Author: Veronica Henry

Genre: Women’s fiction/romance

Armchair Travel to: a rundown but well-loved bookshop in the Cotswolds, England

Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash

Have you done any armchair traveling this summer? If so, please tell us about it in the comments!

Magdalena Scott