Under other circumstances, I‘d probably choose another book setting, but if it‘s my birthday I couldn‘t pass up a chance to join Alice, the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, and the Cheshire cat. They seem to know how to throw a crazy party!
It was my birthday, so let‘s all crash some parties!
Bilbo‘s 111th birthday party. Hobbit feasts? Dancing? Music? Sign me up! 🎉🎉
#SundayFunday Have a happy beginning of October, and remember to tag me in your posts! 🧡
Anna (Seldon) Leath has this rural French Chateau in this novel, with servants and no financial worries. No one in the novel likes it, but i‘ll gladly keep in lived-in for them. #sundayfunday @ozma.of.oz
Although my first choices would actually be somewhere in Middle-earth or, apprehensively, in Gormenghast (that my phone's autocomplete has learnt "Gormenghast" gives me immense satisfaction!), as these are more obvious locations, I'm going to pick Green Knowe, as it should be a better known children's book, which is atmospherically ghostly and would meet my Gothic inclinations ???
If you could live in any house in a work of literature, where would it be?
Rivendell, the House of Elrond, was the first place that came to mind. I listened to the LOTR trilogy again during 2021-2022, so maybe that influenced my choice.
I noticed @PathfinderNicole chose a hobbit hole. In reality, that would probably be more to my liking. 🙂
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