I have a confession to make… over the past few months I’ve been neglecting my whimsical reading challenge. Good job there’s no time limit, eh? To celebrate my renewed efforts I’ve made a button (above), so if you’re playing along feel free to grab it!
Today I wanted to share a few more whimsical reading suggestions, this time for the category of ‘geological formation’. If you’ve already picked your book for this category, or just have an idea that would work, leave me a comment below… but here are mine:
The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas
I’ve got almost a full set of Alexandre Dumas novels sitting between my shelf and my Kindle library and I’ve never read a single one! I’ve adored all of the film adaptations though, so I’ve promised myself I’ll start reading them soon.
Island beneath the Sea – Isabel Allende
This is probably my favourite of all the books I’ve read this year, and by a new-to-me author too… I’m now in the throes of collecting all her other books!
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon – Grace Lin
Another book on my ‘to be read’ pile, described on GoodReads as ‘fantasy crossed with Chinese folklore’ it sounds like a nice light-hearted treat.
Island of the Sequined Love Nun – Christopher Moore
The premise of this book is utterly ridiculous but so much fun, if nothing else it has the best title ever!
Remember to leave me a link to any whimsical reading challenge posts and I’ll come check them out!