Top Ten Settings I'd Like To See More Of
- Australia- Aussieland is the golden continent. Almost every book that gets published down under is often on of my favorite novels.
- St. Vladimir's Academy - You know what this means? St. Vladimir's Academy means more Dimka and Rose. Hope Richelle writes more VA sequels because it those Cast ladies can write that abomination when Richelle can give us the pleasure of reading here jewels.
- Paris- Oh, Paris. I have been in love with it since I saw Eiffel's Tower when I was a little girl. So, more Paris and more gorgeous French men.
- San Francisco- Now,I admit I became obsessed with SF after reading Lola. The whole dynamic of the city is remarkable. And there is a large gay community there.
- Asia- I know very little about Asia. We need more books about India, Japan, China, etc. I am not picky, well, not too much. Just gimme something new and refreshing to read about.
1.Greek Mythology- I loved Percy Jackson! And even though my Greek mythology knowledge is limited to the series , I'd like to know more and experience even though everything that's thrown at me is fictional. I'd love to see more of Greek settings.2.Australia- None of my Australian treasures have ever disappointed me. And all I want is to see more of these beauties rolling in.
3.Europe- Just One Day, Anna and the French Kiss, Daughter of Smoke and Bone, The Infernal Devices etc. are some of my favourites which have characters bouncing around Europe. The history and the beauty of each and every country is more than enough to make me want more books with an European setting.
4.Road trip- I am a total sucker for books with a road trip setting. I love travelling. And to experience travelling even if it's through reading (I know it sounds bizarre) , is enough for me to want more of them.
5.Summer vacations- Oh the beaches and all that sun. Oh those beautiful sleepy days and a leisure time for us to read many books. Oh those beautiful things that summer brings with it. The Summer I turned Pretty and Twenty Boy Summer were books I cherish even today! So let those summery things begin!