Carolyn’s Celtic Coasts

I created Celtic Coasts in 2016, after the Irish group retired that I enjoyed.  It is the perfect name for the only group that covers all three Celtic countries!  Ireland is part of my heritage, as is Scotland.  Ron & I had the thrill of seeing Scotland for ourselves in 2009.  There have been no groups for Wales.  Whether you sum-up groups at this home base, or prefer mixing all three cultures:  I am very proud to provide this unique forum, Celtic Coasts.

Authors can be born or residing in Celtic country, literature taking place among these countries, or connected to them strongly.  For example, the first volumes of Robert Service’s famous poetry was written and published in Canada but he is Scottish-born.  Join me via the link in this logo!  I invite you to visit the reviews I write.  Here are my plans.

 

CAROLYN’S CELTIC COASTS ~

Payment In Blood”  Elizabeth George  1989
Tears Of The Giraffe”  Alexander McCall Smith  2000
Death In The Devil’s Acre”  Anne Perry  1985
Robert Service:  A Great Canadian Poet’s Romance With The North”  Elle Andra-Warner  2004
So Much Blood”  Simon Brett  1976
Evan Help Us”  Rhys Bowen  1998
The Night Gardener”  Jonathan Auxier  2014
“The Ghost Children”  Eve Bunting  1989

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Upcoming Ideas

“Central Line”  Maeve Binchy  1978
“Echoes”  Maeve Binchy  1985
“Death Of Riley”  Rhys Bowen  2002
“The Owl Service”  Alan Garner  1967
“Death At The President’s Lodging”  Michael Innes  1936
“Bridge Of Friendship”  Mabel Esther Allan  1975
“Into The Fire”  Jodi McIsaac  2013

 

Here are the Celtic books I read last year.
https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/2018/01/25/carolyns-celtic-coasts-2018/

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I cherish animals, plants, reading, music and free spirituality. I welcome you for articles, literary activities, and interaction! Surrounding ourselves with good people is a delight. I occasionally review at The Book Depository.
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