Settle, England Part 2

Today’s Guest Post is from Kristi Holl, a mystery author.

In preparation for an upcoming adult historical mystery novel, Kristi settled in Settle, England for three weeks in October. (Settle is a village in the Yorkshire Dales of northern England.)

Kristi sent brief updates about the locale to her friends and followers. These updates included wonderful photos. Please click on this link to see her guest post from last week.

See below for her post dated: October 15-16, 2019

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Settle, England, Oct. 15-17: Very little rain, down to 39 degrees last night, but sunny. Perfect for hiking, riding, running…very active village!

So many social events available. A 59-page booklet of activities listed—just for October! They have clubs and groups for every possible interest.

The Victorian Hall—a music hall from 1853 that has never been closed—tonight has a performance of three Charles Dickens ghost stories.

I also did some research involving fascinating homes and stage coach inns from the 1600s to the early 1800s, including a Quaker graveyard. The photos don’t do the buildings justice—each one is so unique.

https://www.kristiholl.com/england-research-trip-oct-15-17/

 

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Thank you, Kristi.

After our brief online travel together, I look forward to reading your mystery novel set in Settle’s locale. Speaking of mysteries, this narrow walkway between buildings looks like a potential trap.

If you’d like to read more from Kristi, please visit her website: https://www.kristiholl.com


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