Top Ten Tuesday: Settings I’d like to see more of (or at all)

Happy Top Ten Tuesday! Today’s theme is settings I’d like to see more of (or at all). I really had a hard time with this topic because, quite honestly, setting doesn’t matter all that much to me. So, like last week, I only have five answers for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday.


Wisconsin (literally anywhere in the state)

It’s my home state, and although I don’t live there anymore, I still love it. Over the years, I’ve found very few books set in Wisconsin, although I did just find a graphic novel series set there that I’d like to read someday. (As a bonus, it’s set in the town I was born in!)


early 1900s New York City

This is a setting that’s kind of been done to death already, but I don’t think I’ll ever get sick of reading about it. Libba Bray’s Diviners series is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of this setting. Something about that time period and a spooky vibe really go well together.


1960s New York City

Am I seeing a trend here? I was thinking about other historical fiction I’ve read set in NYC and The Rules of Magic came to mind. I love the feeling of 1960s NYC.


New Jersey

Compared with Wisconsin, I guess there are a decent number of books set in my new home of New Jersey. But still, I think I’d like to read less about the part of NJ that borders NYC and more about the cute little shore towns or Princeton, which is very close to where I live now.


Peru

When I think of books I’ve read set in other countries, I don’t think that I’ve read anything set in Peru. It’s such a beautiful country! It would be a great backdrop for a story!


Did you do your own Top Ten Tuesday post today? Feel free to leave your link in the comments and I’ll check it out! What settings would you like to see more of? Do you have any recommendations that fit these settings? Let’s talk in the comments!

29 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Settings I’d like to see more of (or at all)

  1. Lauren says:

    I grew up in the city so maybe I’m a little biased, but I really enjoy less urban settings. Also, Wisconsin might not have a lot of books with it as their setting, but it DOES have Little House on the Prairie, which I think are some of the best books ever!

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