Bookish Travels—September 2023 Destinations

I saw this meme on It’s All About Books and thought, I like this!! So, I decided to do it once a month also. Many thanks to Yvonne for initially posting this!!

This post is what it says: Places I travel to in books each month. Books are lovely and take you to places you would never get to. That includes places of fantasy too!!

Bon Voyage!!

Please let me know if you have read these books or traveled to these areas.

Countries I visited the most: United States, Utopian Sects of America, England

States I visited the most: New York, Georgia, Massachusetts, California, Pennsylvania

Cities I visited the most: New York City, Los Angeles, Capitol City, Base Nain, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Buffalo

Morning Realms

Zanhei, Old Changxi, Flower Town

United States

New York (New York City, Brooklyn, Mount Kisco, Yorktown Heights, Brewster, Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Amsterdam, Utica, Syracuse, Seneca Falls, Medina, Buffalo, Niagra Falls), Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
Unknown state (Wyndy Hallows, Golden City, Forrest Heights), New York (New York City), Massachusetts, Louisiana (New Orleans)
Georgia (Peridot)
Georgia (Atlanta), Washington D.C.
California (Los Angeles), Oregon (Verdana)
Illinois (Chicago)
Virginia (Fairfax)
Massachusetts (Boston, Watertown), California (Los Angeles, Venice, Santa Monica)
California (San Fransisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Sonoma)
New York (Rudolph)
New York (New York City)
Pennsylvania (Glenhaven, Philadelphia)
Georgia (Atlanta), New York (New York City, Buffalo), Missouri (Saint Louis, Springfield, Cedar Wood), Nevada (Las Vegas), Florida (Miami), Connecticut (Stamford), Florida (Haynes)



The Netherlands




The Czech Republic


The Federated States of Polynesia




Unknown Planet

Nameless Run, Comez, Vine, Grenshtepple



Utopian Sects of America

Capitol City
Base Nain
Base Nain, Capitol City
The Capitol
The Capitol

Papua New Guinea

Irian Jaya, Wamena

The Atlantic Ocean

Tantalus 13

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