Top 5 Wednesday: Settings You Want to See More Of

Hello fellow readers and happy #T5W! I hope that you are doing well and that you are having a great week so far. The weekend is so close!

If you would like to join in on T5W please feel free to check out our Goodreads group. Without further ado lets get into the settings. *All of the images in today’s post can be found on Pintrest.

-Samantha 🙂


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1. 1800’s London

I have loved every book I read set in this time period and I would love love love to see more!

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2. Seattle

This is a place where I would love to read more about! At one point I wanted to live so reading more about it would be pretty nice.

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3. Scotland (preferably 1700’s)

As some of you may know my Outlander obsession is still in full swing and I would love to see Scotland be the setting for more books.

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4. 1920’s

Such a fascinating time where things were oh so different. I think it would be great to see more books using this time period and it would be interesting to see how authors can put their spin on it.

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5. Outer Space

I think it would be so wicked to read a book with a setting that takes place in space or has an outer space element added in. The options are endless and the space fanatic inside me is slowly dying for this.

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5 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Settings You Want to See More Of

  1. I have 1920’s on mine, too. I absolutely love that time period! What books have you read set in 1800’s England? I’d love to check some out!

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