It is my pleasure to reprise my newest theme, for its third year: Celtic Coasts 2018!
I love Irish and Scottish places, authors, lore, and have been learning more about Wales. I am first to give Welsh-related literature somewhere to go in reaching challenges! A few of my novels at home are finally sampling it.
I would love to visit Ireland, loved Scotland wholeheartedly, and our 2010 vacation schedule had us reluctantly drive past Wales. Reading about places you know and increasing knowledge about places and cultrues through books, has us enjoying them as subjects and settings increasingly. Like most Canadians, I am very multicultured and two Celtic countries comprise a large part of that.
I am in the mood to renew my Celtic reading with refreshed vigour. Favourites in whom I haven’t indugled for awhile, like Maeve Binchy and Lillian Beckwith, are going to be rejoined and there is no shortage of new Celtic authors and plots that I come across. Like all of my reading themes, we have the stock at home to ably fulfill all of them for years, with what we have on hand. This is the literature I matched with Celtic Coasts last year.
Here is what I propose to give a whirl this year. The more I think on it, the more authors, sequels, and books come to mind! Please visit again to see the links of books I finish and the review page too, is always available to browse.
“Bluegate Fields” Anne Perry 1984
“The Sea For Breakfast” Lillian Beckwith 1961
“Bridge Of Friendship” Mabel Esther Allan 1975
“Central Line” Maeve Binchy 1978
“Victoria Line” Maeve Binchy 1980
“Echoes” Maeve Binchy 1985
“The Silence” Sarah Rayne 2013
“Death At The President’s Lodging” Michael Innes 1936
“Into The Fire” Jodi McIsaac 2013
“The Trickster” Muriel Gray 1994