Friday, April 13, 2018

Book Blogger Hop - 4/13 - 4/19


Question of the Week:

Is there a fictitious town in a book that you would love to live in? What makes it appealing? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews)

My Answer:

The town of Mill River, Vermont, in the book, THE MILL RIVER REDEMPTION by Darcie Chan is a town I would love to live in.

It seemed to be the perfect place to grow up, the perfect place to raise your children, and the perfect place to return to.




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    1. I always wonder if the towns are real.

      This one seems so friendly and quaint.

      Thanks for commenting, Jessica.

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  2. I'm not familiar with that book. I'm not sure where I'd choose to live - maybe Mitford from the Jan Karon books.

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    1. I think you would enjoy the book, Kathy.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  3. I don't know this one; I'll have to look it up!

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    1. I really enjoyed it.

      Thanks for commenting, Nicki.

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  4. I have never heard of this place, I'll definitely have to look into the book...I'm guessing it's got a solid small town vibe to it?

    Have a wonderful weekend. - Katie

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    1. Oh yes....small town, everyone helping each other, everyone knowing each other.

      Thanks for commenting, Katie.

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  5. This is a new town for me, I haven't previously heard of the book either so I'll have to look into it. It sounds really nice though! Definitely worth exploring some more. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. She actually has two books set in this same city. I forget if this is the first or second one.

      Thanks for commenting, C InkBlottings.

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  6. Not a book I'm familiar with. It's always good to find something new.

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    1. It is fun to find something you didn't know about.

      Thanks for commenting, Lynn.

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  7. I'm not familiar with this one either, but from you description, I get a Stars Hollow kind of vibe (I'd love to live there, too, honestly). Happy reading!

    eli @ the (book) supplier
    My Blogger Hop Answer

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    1. I don’t know where Stars Hollow is. :)

      If it is cozy and comfy and has great residents, then I am in.

      Thanks for commenting, Eli.

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  8. I don't know that place. How is it? Have a great Sunday

    Lii @ Girl Hearts Books

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    1. It is a cozy, fictitious town.

      Thanks for commenting, Elisa.

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  9. I have just commented on your lovely review of this book, Elizabeth! The town does sound very inviting and cozy! I wouldn't mind living there myself, since the people are so kind!! You know that small towns can frequently be terrible places to live in, because of all the gossip and backstabbing. Not this one, though!

    Thanks for sharing! Thanks as well for your very nice comment on my own BBH post!! HUGS!! <3 <3 <3 :) :) :)

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    1. LOL on the hazards of small towns. :)

      Thanks for commenting here and on my review, Maria.

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  10. I've never read that book. Sounds like a great place to live!

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    1. It does seem very lovely.

      Thanks for commenting, Chrissy.

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  11. Vermont sounds lovely! I say Stars Hollow (Gilmore Girls), Forks Washington (Twilight), and Hogwarts. My BBH

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    1. Thanks for explaining where Stars Hollow came from.:)

      A few folks mentioned that city, but I didn't know where it was. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Dani.

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  12. Elizabeth haven't heard of this book, but thanks for an awesome topic!

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    1. You are welcome, Angelica Joy, and thanks for commenting.

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  13. Ohh great pick I never heard about this book or the fiction town before, thank you so much for stopping by my blog hop last week Elizabeth.

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    1. Thanks for commenting, Katiria.

      The book was good.

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