Weekly Geek: 2009-26

Alright. I know I have been slim on posts (non-weeklygeeky???) lately, but I have been very busy! I told my mom today "Do you know tomorrow will be my first full day at home since last Monday (the 6th)?". That's pretty crazy, even for me. Anyway, this Weekly Geek looked pretty cool. Here it is:

This week's Weekly Geeks asks you to tell us about your globe trotting via books. Are you a global reader? How many countries have you "visited" in your reading? What are your favorite places or cultures to read about? Can you recommend particularly good books about certain regions, countries or continents? How do you find out about books from other countries? What countries would you like to read that you haven't yet?

Use your own criteria about what you consider to be "visiting" -- whether a book is written about
the country or by a native or resident of the country.

For fun, create one of these maps at this website ticking off the countries you've read books from - you might be surprised how many (or how few!) countries you've read. Include the map in your blog post if you're so inclined.

Feel free to tell us about any actual world traveling you've done in addition to your literary travels.

When you're done with your post, come back here and sign Mr. Linky with the post address. Then be sure to visit your fellow Geeksters to see where in the world they've been. Happy traveling!

After spending a lot of time racking my brain over all the countries I have visited in novels, I finally finished and here it is:

How many countries have you visited? Please feel free to leave a comment.

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susan said...

Cool map, but no titles? :-(

Happy reading.

Selah said...

I could make a small list... I barely could think of the countries. Several of them are from short stories I KNOW I have read, but can't remember titles, etc. I might be able to tie it in with my GoodReads bookshelf, though. I am glad you stopped by!

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