My February Reads

The snowdrops are in bloom, and the daffodil foliage has started to break ground. It feels too soon! The days are still cold and wet, darkness still comes early, and I’m still very much in winter hibernation mode, enjoying mugs of steaming tea, woolly socks and books. Lots and lots of books. Here’s what I’m reading this month.  

Wrong Place, Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister

Driving Over Lemons: An Optimist in Andalucia by Chris Stewart

The Hotel Nantucket by Elin Hilderbrand

Books read to date in 2023:  12

4 thoughts on “My February Reads

    1. He’s a fabulous writer, Darlene. I’ll be looking for his other books after this one. I’m glad you followed your dream and moved to Spain! I’m not sure we’ll ever take that kind of plunge, but it’s number one on our places to visit, so I’m starting to read up on the country. It’s incredibly diverse and I can see it will be a challenge to pick and choose where to go!

  1. Laura – is that picture from your garden? If so, maybe it won’t feel too bad to come home and leave the sunshine behind!

    1. Debra – sadly, no. It’s a picture from Victoria. The snowdrops are blooming here too though, and I went to shoot a picture the other day but it was dark and rainy so I fell back on one I had in my file. I hope you’re having a good time. Enjoy the sun while you can! 🙂

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