Wyrd and Wonder is a month-long celebration of all things Fantasy, organized by a couple of amazing ladies on Twitter. It’s their fifth year and they have big plans all of which you can read about in Anna’s post. If you only just heard about this awesome event, it’s still not too late to join the fun. For the third year, Queen’s Book Asylum also attempts to take part – I mostly failed miserably in the past couple of years, so let’s hope I’ll do better in 2022.
In this post, I’ll try to highlight a few things we plan to do during Wyrd and Wonder, although plans might change and we might have more to offer along the way. You can just never know when a muse kisses you or something. As plans go, I’m hoping we’ll be able to do some of the Top 5 posts as well as jump in for a few prompts. I sure have my eyes on one of them but I’m not going to tell you which one just yet.
We recently read some great Fantasy books and if all goes well, you’ll get to read our thoughts about these (and then some more) books in the next few weeks. Although I admit not all of them fall in the Fantasy genre, it felt rude to ignore them.
I’m also hoping to add an odd interview here and there and maybe some other type of post, but honestly, my productivity level is pretty low these days, so… no promises. But, I hope you’ll check out Wyrd and Wonder because they not only have fun prompts but also read-alongs, giveaways, and more!
What do you plan to read this month? Let me know in the comments!
I really enjoyed Dim Stars and Bloodlines! I hadn’t heard of Falling Through Stars before but I love that cover and its piqued my interest so I’m gonna go look at what it’s about. Hope you enjoy all these books and happy reading! 😃
Yeah, both Dim Stars and Bloodlines had a good run with Storytellers and one day I plan to check them out for sure. I hope you’ll like Falling Through Stars as well it’s super intriguing and I love the cover too!