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Merry Christmas dear hearts. We are gathering in London this week to celebrate Christmas, the completion of our mystery Brit Trip as well as our armchair travels around the world. Many, many thanks to Sandy and Amy for guiding us along the Roman Roads through England and providing us with many, many fun rabbit trails.
While we are celebrating in London check out these wonderful Rabbit trails:
During my adventures I went through several pairs of walking shoes and filled my backpack with quite a few new to me authors to enjoy during the new year. How about you? Please tell us about the highlights of your reading year:
Did you reach your reading goal or did you decide to just meander about and follow rabbit trails and end up getting lost in the enjoyment of reading? Waving my hand as I lost track halfway through the year.
Where did your armchair travels take you? Which countries and time periods did you journey through?
Which books stayed with you the longest? Did you set any aside to read again at some point and savor the story all over again?
Did you discover any new to you authors or genres?
Which books intrigued or entertained, made you laugh, cry, dance or sing?
Share your favorite titles, covers, quotes and of course, your reading lists.
Congratulations and thank you to all sharing in our 52 Books reading journey. Thank you also to all those following our progress and hope you decide to dip your toes in next year. Whether you read fast or slow, dabble in classics or romance, fill your shelves with translated books or comics, prefer non fiction or contemporary books, the most important thing is the reading. I have enjoyed our adventures together and look forward to more fun in the coming new year.
You know when you start to read
The books on your shelf tend to breed.
They expand your horizon
And fill your house by the dozen.
Fiction, nonfiction, poetry and essays,
Dive in and let yourself play.
Imaginary and not so imaginary worlds fill your mind.
Real life gets left behind.
It’s never too late
Let thoughts cogitate and marinate.
A debate, a discussion
Oh my…a literary concussion!
So grab a cat, a cup, a cozy chair,
Never mind about your hair.
Ignore the day and set yourself free,
Blessed be with much love --- me!
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