It’s time for another weekly round-up of your fantastical goodies! Today I’m covering all your lists, interviews and random loot, while imyril has your reviews and Challenge posts in her bag. Let’s loot!
Another day, another readalong post! Today I’m covering chapters 6 through 11 of The Darkest Part of the Forest, with questions via Ariana at Book Nook Reviews. This section’s a tasty one, folks. Let’s discuss.
Welcome back to one of our two Wyrd and Wonder Readalongs! This week we’re covering chapters 6, 7 and 8, with questions courtesy of The Fantasy Hive. I’ve got Thoughts. Let’s discuss The Summer Tree.
Hello all! Today I’m turning the stage over to Tessa Gratton, who shall hold forth on the subject of her favourite fantasy retellings, and what makes them so satisfying for her. So without further ado…
All right, adventurers. Let’s take a little breather. The tavern’s quiet, the cook’s making lunch, they’ve got the good ale. Let’s regroup and check out the loot from the first week’s adventuring, shall we?
Huzzah! It’s time for the second of today’s Readalong posts. This time I’m discussing Guy Gavriel Kay’s The Summer Tree, as hosted by my good friend imyril over at There’s Always Room For One More. (It is almost 10pm on this Sunday eve. I have had a literal full tankard of cider so you’re getting the fun stuff tonight. I will try not to swear. Let’s do this.)
Hello! I am running late on so much Wyrd & Wonder stuff BUT. I finally have a couple of weeks off to play, to read, to write, to chill the heck out. Let’s crack on, and take a look at the opening chapters of Holly Black’s The Darkest Part of the Forest… SPOILERS WITHIN FOR CHAPTERS 1-5.
It’s April, which means there is now less than a month to go until our fifth annual Wyrd & Wonder adventure begins! I’ve got some more goodies and information for you, so let’s get to that…
Spring is finally here, there’s some pep coming back into my step, and we’ve got some more juicy Wyrd & Wonder tidbits for you! Down the rabbit hole, adventurers…
The shortlists are listed, the juries are ready to judge, and I can already feel the chaos looming. It’s time to dig into this year’s Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards! Let’s look at the shortlists, shall we?