My Bookish Bucket List

I have several bookish places that I want to visit. I decided to compile them into a bookish bucket list.

Monroeville, Alabama

The birth place of Harper Lee, this town is inspiration for the book To Kill a Mockingbird. The town courthouse where she watched her father practice law has been turned into a museum. Every year the local theater hosts the To Kill a Mockingbird play.

Road to Tara Museum

Gone with the Wind is close to my heart. The Road to Tara Museum is not far from my home. It is located in the Jonesboro, Georgia train depot. I am a literature lover and also a history buff. This museum is perfect for both.

Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world. It serves as the research arm of Congress. While I’m not into politics, I would love the opportunity to explore this historic library.

Book Con

Book Con is a two day celebration of all things bookish. If you have been in the book community long you have heard of it. It’s a great place to meet authors, get arcs, and hangout with other book lovers. It sounds like heaven.

Yall Fest

Yall Fest is a book festival in Charleston that is dedicated to Young Adult books. Charleston is on my bucket list anyway so Yall Fest would be a perfect time to visit.

So that is my bookish bucket list. If you have ever been to any of these and have must do suggestions let me know in the comments! Also, tell me about something on your bucket list.

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