It's the last day of June, so we're half way through the year and I've seen the 'Mid Year Freak Out' tag pop up on plenty of book blogs and booktube channels. This is my first year participating, and I believe the tag was created by Chami and Earl Grey Books. My version might be… Continue reading Mid Year Check In
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com Hello fellow adventurers. I can't believe tomorrow is the last day of May, and thus Wyrd & Wonder has come to an end. I'm pretty sad about that, but I've loved this first experience of mine so so much and can't wait for the next one! I'm sure I'll write… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder Prompt Catch-Up
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com I saw this tag done by the awesome Book Forager at the start of the month, and I don't exactly know where the tag started but if you follow the links I'm sure it'll lead you somewhere exciting! I've seen quite a few fun interpretations of it doing it this… Continue reading Get to Know the Fantasy Reader Tag
Day 17 of the Wyrd & Wonder prompt challenge is 'Can't Wait to Read' - books on your TBR or up and coming series. Given this, I thought I'd talk about some of the books that are coming out this year between June and December that I cannot wait to get my hands on! There may be some that I've mentioned a few times on the blog, but I haven't included any ARCs I've already read, even if their release date is June, and for those you can look back through my reviews! So, here are 21 fantasy books that I am really looking forward to for the rest of 2021:
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week there is a new topic, and you compile ten books that fit the theme. You can find more information here. Okay, yes, technically this week's theme is 'Books I'd Gladly Throw into the Ocean', but I decided to twist it a little… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books that float?
" 'Give me your hat.'
They are not the sort of words that you expect to start a legend, but they were the first words he ever heard her say. She said them to him, of course."