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Forget-me-nots and books

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Joined: December 2017
Currently reading: The Cottingley Secret by Hazel Gaynor
Interest in HF: I’ve always loved fiction and history, so historical fiction is my happy reading zone. I think the books that cemented hist fic as my favourite were Random Passage and Waiting for Time by Bernice Morgan. I have a special interest in: WWII, Ireland, England, Italy, Canada (especially Newfoundland and Labrador), women’s history/herstory and folklore.
Favourite HF book: Can’t pick one. Recently enjoyed The Good People by Hannah Kent.
Preferred HF: I have a special interest in WWII period, especially relating to women’s history, codebreaking work, Bletchley Park. I tend to most enjoy literary fiction rather than comercial or popular fiction, but read a range.
Location: Canada

Forget-me-nots and books

Post by Baylou » Tue December 19th, 2017, 7:41 pm

I collect things with forget-me-not flower motifs. I love forget-me-nots - the flower and the sentiment and the way the symbolism gets used. Mostly I have vintage postcards, but some pottery and other things, too.

And, of course, I collect books.

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Joined: November 2019
Currently reading: Vegetarian
Interest in HF: I am interested in the stories of colonisation rn
Favourite HF book: The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco
Preferred HF: Mughal Era
Location: New York

Re: Forget-me-nots and books

Post by ellisael » Tue November 5th, 2019, 11:00 am

It is somehow so beautiful that you collect forget-me-nots. It is very poetic.

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