I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Task 1: Make a paper boat and post a picture of it. Instructions, if needed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiAWx8odStA
I swear I'm going to try to do this, but I keep running out of hours in my days.
Task 2: If you’ve ever attended a procession or an event involving festively decked out boats, post a picture and tell us about it.
Growing up on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Christmas boat parades are a tradition. I've never thought to take pictures, but here are a few from the recent parade, found on the local newspaper websites:
Task 3: Bon Om Touk celebrates the end of the rainy season. Tell us: What’s your favorite type of rainy day book – and do you have a favorite drink or snack to go with your rainy day reading? Photos welcome!
The closest I come to a favorite rainy-day read is a re-read. The cozy comfort comes from re-visiting an old favorite, and which one depends on my mood that day. Could be a classic, could be a mystery, could be an urban fantasy. The ultimate rainy day drink for me has got to be hot chocolate.
Task 4: Which are your 3 favorite books where a key character is “moonlighting”?
BrokenTune beat me to it - but at the risk of being a copycat, I have to go with Sherlock Holmes: as a priest in The Scandal in Bohemia, a sailor, a groom and a clergyman in The Sign of Four, and an Irish-American Spy in His Last Stand.