Tuesday, 16 July 2019

TMST


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July 16th: Road Trip: What are some of your favorite road trip books?

Is this books about road trips, or books to read on a road trip.

Cos of it is books about road trips then I would say none. I am sure I have read some but none that have made a deeper impact.

If it is books to take with you I say long and light! That way you can read that book for hours.

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  1. I can't think of any road trip books either.

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    1. On the road..yup, the only one in my head

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  2. Hmm...I can't off-hand think of any road-trip books right now, but I have enjoyed a few. I have my kindle so I can read, and read, and read on a road trip and plug into the car charger if I get low. :)

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  3. I was wondering the same thing when I saw the question. When I travel I usually pack some books that I can leave places when I am done (like a Little Free Library).

    As for books about road trips- hmmm- I would have to check my Goodreads list. Eat, Pray, Love she did go on a journey...

    Interesting post. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. I like that! But then I can never know that before so, yes tricky

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  4. I remember two books of a road trip but I don't think I remember the name though

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  5. I like the idea of a story about road trips but I'm drawing a blank on if I've read any. Cool idea though!

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  6. I know I've read a few but can't remember titles other than Roger & Amy's Epic Detour.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  7. I can't read if I'm doing other things like being on a road trip. I would be focused on that.

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    1. I have never been on one in the real sense, so yes I would look outside

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  8. AUDIOBOOKS. :) I love audios for roadtrips. Can't read in the car and usually don't have time otherwise. Any book will do. :)

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    1. I never understood how people can do audio in cars...Maybe US cars are more more quiet

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  9. I remember once an author did a guest post on road trip books, and I remember my reviewer Nima, read and reviewed a road trip book. But honestly, I don't classify books like that, so I don't know what I've done in the genre. That cozy para series I read with ghost - the last book they went on vacation to New Orleans, but they flew!

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    1. It is hard to remember since I do not categorize like that either. So I would have to remember from memory or search on google and hope one I have read comes up

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  10. I tried listening to an audiobook while a friend drove, and I was out for the count within minutes.(lol) I read lots of thrillers and suspense novels, so there are lots of road trips to covert places, Washington DC, Virginia. Then when they fly overseas to places we've never heard of, we know they'll be more potentially dangerous road trips too. Hugs, RO

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    1. LOL. But I do understand, they can be really soothing too.

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  11. Honestly I can say you can interpret this either way.

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