#AW80Books February Round Up
I hope you’re all enjoying your armchair travels as much as I am. In typical obsessive fashion I’ve been totally consumed by the places I’ve been reading my way through. Please holler at me in the comments section below if I’ve missed out your #AW80Books blog post – I’m afraid I can be scatty – and I’ll add you in.
I started off the month in Russia with The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov. I popped over for a brief sojourn in Germany with the first novel from Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage series, Pointed Roofs, then continued my travels across Russia on the Trans Siberian Railway to Mongolia with Rosa Liksom’s Compartment No.6. I’m planning on staying in Mongolia for a little longer, and then later in March I’ll have a mooch in Ireland before heading up to Iceland for some thrills and snow.
Here’s what everyone else has been up to:
“We’ve all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare . Now, thanks to the internet, we know this is not true.” (Robert Wilensky)
Fancy a spot of globe-trotting from the comfort of your own sofa? It’s not too late to pack your suitcase and join in the fun. You can see the rules here, and see where we’ve been and where we’re going here. Don’t forget to tag your posts so we find them. Happy travels!