Wyrd & Wonder has become one of my favorite events in the blogosphere during the last few years. As a celebration of all things Fantasy it’s really right in my wheelhouse. This awesome month-long event is hosted by Imyril, Lisa, and Jorie. One of the most fun things about this event is the level of engagement. There are also creative challenge prompts you can use as inspiration for posts on your blog or other social media. You can find out more about Wyrd & Wonder here. If you’re at all a fantasy fan I definitely recommend joining in the fun!
So even though I’m cutting down joining in events and challenges this year, Wyrd & Wonder is the one major exception because I love it so much. In honor of Wyrd & Wonder I’ll be concentrating on the Fantasy side of SFF this month in both my TBR and my posts. Since I’m like 85% Fantasy around here anyway you might not even notice much of a difference, but I am going to banish science fiction for the month and concentrate on my fantasy books. 🙂
- For my audio selection this month I’ll be reading The Name of All Things by Jenn Lyons. This is a fairly large audio coming in at 25 hours so it’s probably going to take me most of the month to finish this one up. I’m excited for it though! I absolutely loved The Ruin of Kings–what a crazy ride that book was. I should probably find some kind of summary of book one as a refresher before going into this one but we’ll see how that works out LOL.
- My ebook selection this month will be The Black Tides of Heaven By Neon Yang (I know the cover still has their deadname on it and I really hope that gets updated soon). This is one I’ve been meaning to read for a while and actually is one of the oldest unread books on my kindle app (I’ve only been heavily reading ebooks for a few years now). In contrast to the above book, this one is a short one. Nevertheless I’m looking forward to finally getting to this one.
- For physical books I’ll also be reading a book that’s been in my TBR for a while and that is Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Morena-Garcia. Have heard lots of things about this one and I’m happy to check it out and see if it’s for me. Honestly, I’m excited to finally try some of her work!
So, those are my selections for Wyrd & Wonder this year! Should be pretty interesting reading with that variety of books. One of the many reasons I love Fantasy is that it’s such an umbrella with a huge variety of books to find within it. Looking forward to this year’s event! Are you participating in Wyrd & Wonder? Have you read any of these? Leave a note in the comments, I’d love to chat!