In the spirit of keeping my bookshelves clean, continuing the spring cleaning efforts, and sharing books I've enjoyed with you, a couple of recently reviewed books are up for grabs! I've reviewed both recently as "Alphabet Books"--books in response to Historical Tapestry's Alphabet Challenge.
Pure coincidence that they both have "watery" themes--Haweswater by Sarah Hall, and The Day the Falls Stood Still by Cathy Marie Buchanan. Both are historical fiction (the frontrunner in my Little Poll of Curiosity's current reading question so I know some of you like the genre!) and both take place in the twentieth century. Both, also, take on themes of industrialization and the change it brings to nature and community.
Entry is easy as water flowing over stones--just leave a comment in this post telling me your favorite book dealing with water as a theme, place, or character. Oceanside murder tale? Adventure on the high seas? Will Captain Ahab make an appearance--or the Little Mermaid? If you follow the blog, you'll double your entries! New and current followers count :)
New Deadline--Extended! Open until April 25--stay dry (or not)!