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Books About Spain by Female Writers

I've read quite a bit lately about writing challenges and that made me realise that I've probably read only two books all the way through this year. That must be the least ever. Between caring for ageing family, sons leaving, not quite leaving, returning and leaving again this year has flown by.

I love reading (or I did when I had time.)  But I only read paperback books because much of my time is spent staring at screens. So much so, that I never read books on a screen.

I'm well aware that page turning paper books are not really flavour of the month but it's the only way I can read. As a relaxing pastime, staring at a screen even an e-reader one (which is a technology gadget that needs recharging - how 'green' is that)  is not a way to turn off or wind down for me.

Grumble over, I set about finding books for my self-set challenge. A plan to read one book a month for the next twelve months. But not just a book a month but only female authors in the travel genre …

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