If I had a superpower, I think I’d like to skidoo into book worlds and have a real fantasy adventure or explore the secret rooms in an old Victorian house. If it got too scary, I could always hop back out!
Question of the Day: Which book setting would you love to visit?
There’s nothing like reading a book that can transport you worlds away. Those vivid descriptions that have you shivering on an icey mountaintop, or sweltering in a boat along a lazy river are what make a memorable story so worth reading, and oftentimes re-reading. Have you recently been on a virtual vacation thanks to a fantastic fantasy adventure? Do share!
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A Nearer Moon by Melanie Crowder
Luna lives on the river where the water is said to be cursed. She doesn’t believe in magic and curses, but when her sister, Willow, becomes sick Luna goes in search of a cure.
Meanwhile, the water sprites prepare to leave for a new home with no humans. But Perdita is unwilling to leave without exploring this world fully, causing her to wander further and further away from the magical door.
Benny pushed a slow breath through his teeth. “Is it so terrible to believe in something?”
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Thanks to blogging, now when I read, I always have a notebook nearby to collect key quotes. My favorite part of writing things out by hand has got to be that I get to keep my favorite parts of library books and loaners even when they have to go back home!