Top Ten Tuesday: Settings I’d Like to See More of
Tuesday January 22, 2013 at 12:00 am |


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a new top ten list to be answered. If you’d like to join in go and visit their website! If you’d like to answer and don’t have a blog, please feel free to leave your answers in my comments section! This week’s list is:

Top Ten Settings I’d Like to See More of:

The Beach




Small Town, USA


The Country


Post Apocalyptic America


Across the Pond


Historical Scotland





Epic Fantasy


Harry Potter! (Sorry I can’t get enough, take me back JK!)



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10 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Settings I’d Like to See More of”

  1. I would love to read more BEACHY theme books too. So I can live vicariously.

  2. I never tire or Small Town USA. What a great way to put it.

  3. Amber Elise says:

    Jude Deveraux got me hooked on Scotland! So pretty and just nature-y!

    Great list, when I think small-town USA my mind always goes to Edward Scissor Hands!

    Happy belated birthday lady!

    Amber Elise @ Du Livre

    • Jade Jade says:

      Jude Deveraux is also the reason I want more Scotland. She has such a beautiful way of writing about it.

      Ooooh, and Edward Scissorhands is a perfect example of Smalltown, USA. Gosh I haven’t watched that movie in years.

      And thanks for the birthday wishes!

  4. OMG! Did I miss your B-day? Sorry babe!!! ¡Feliz cumpleaños! I hope it was a good one.

  5. Lol…that feels like all the settings! Kidding. There’s definitely not enough beach reads and I want more across the pond reads as well.