We’re approaching another month, and that means we’re stepping into a new reading challenge.
Summer often brings vacations, which means travel. For August’s challenge, we’ll be reading books in which the characters travel someplace. It may be domestic or international travel. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a vacation for the character. It may also be travel for work or to help out a family member who lives somewhere different than the character who does the traveling.
Please remember to share with us where they traveled when you post your books.
Which destinations have you enjoyed the most in your travels?
Personally, I’m a huge fan of western Montana. The mountains and big sky are absolutely gorgeous, and I could seriously stare at them all day. They’re so inspirational and remind me of God’s great creativity in designing everything on earth, including us.
What books have you enjoyed that take you on a journey outside your comfort zone?
World War II books always take me on a journey beyond what I’m comfortable with, and Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke was no exception. That was a tough yet beautiful story that took place largely in Germany, a country to which I’ve not yet been. (See my review here.)