Wyrd & Wonder Wrap Up

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Its been a super fun May with Wyrd & Wonder!! This is my favorite blogging event every year! I’d like to send a huge thanks out to the hosts: There’s Always Room for One More, Dear Geek Place, and Jorie Loves a Story. You guys are amazing and I know you put in a ton of work to make this event run smoothly, so thank you for all your hard work!!


Books Read:

As per usual I didn’t read as much as I had hoped.  My TBR consisted of 4 books but I ended up reading only 2.73 books

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Ambush at Corellia wasn’t on my original TBR but I was in a Star Wars mood! And I didn’t make any progress on The Tower of Swallows because I usually listen to Audiobooks when I’m driving or when I walk the dog by myself, but because of the quarantine I haven’t driven more than 10 minutes, and I have been going on walks with my parents, which is super awesome but means no Audiobook time.


My Posts:

As far as posting went, I am happy with what I’ve accomplished this month!

My favorite was Is Star Wars Fantasy or Sci-Fi?! (Like I said I was in a Star Wars mood this month)


Around The Blogosphere:

However, as much as I enjoyed reading and posting all things fantasy, the best part of Wyrd & Wonder is seeing everyone else’s posts! Here are some of my favorites:

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Rin @ The Thirteenth Shelf found both a bunch of really cool Harry Potter Pins and a bunch of awesome Fantasy Inspired Jewelry

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Sammie @ The Bookwyrm’s Den talks about why she loves reading fantasy (and her answers include Dragons!)

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Lynn at WanderingLynn lists a few of her favorite fantasy things (Including Princess Bride Funko Pops!)

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Line @ First Line Reader lists different types of intelligent characters, and emphasizes that you don’t have to be well educated to be intelligent.

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Louise @ Foxes and Fairy Tales gives us a badly needed list of standalone fantasy books (which I think we always need more of!)


As always I had a blast with Wyrd & Wonder! Thanks again to the amazing hosts ❤

15 comments

  1. Thanks for the mention 😀 This year was my first time participating in Wyrd and Wonder and I completely understand your love for this event now. It’s amazing and those 3 hosts deserve all the praise!

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    1. It really was a whirlwind!! The wrap ups from the hosts were amazing! I didn’t get as much blog hopping as I would have liked either, but at least I was able to read the synopsis and see any that I thought looked interesting!

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  2. It sounds like you had a great month participating, Brittany.. That is awesome. I know I checked out a few of your posts this month and enjoyed them even though fantasy is not a genre I venture into very often.

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