I just found out about this, and decided that I wanted to participate. I had decided to stop with the TBRs because I never followed them anyway. But these are books that I planned on reading this month, so why not?!
What is Wyrd & Wonder? It is an online event that’s happening on blogs, instagram, booktube-whatever your platform choice. It is hosted by Imyril, Lisa and Jorie. (I don’t know any of these people, but I want to give credit where credit is due.) I found out about this via The Fantasy Hive.
Wyrd and Wonder is an annual geek-out over all things fantasy, coming to blogs and social media near you this May. You are welcome to join the party as we step through portals to explore other worlds, indulge in mythic retellings or freshly-imagined fairytales, cheer on superheroes (or supervillains; we won’t judge) and pay close attention to whether gifts from the Fae are offered freely and without obligation. We’ll be reading books, watching movies, playing games and sharing our thoughts online through blog posts, booktubes, bookstagrams, Twitch streams, Litsy posts and tweets galore.Wyrd and Wonder is Back
There are instagram challenges:
If bingo boards are your thing, here’s one for you. Thanks Imyril!
This is what I am planning on reading:
The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart (This is the group book)
Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood
Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim
Certain Dark Things by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia
Lore by Alexandra Bracken
I really want to add some more books to my list. But I am not going to be overly ambitious – this time. At least not officially.
I will be participating in the Instagram challenges as well -as much as possible. And I make no promises that I will follow this TBR. I hope that if you are a fan of the fantastic, that you jump in and join #wyrdandwonder! There’s a sign up and a quest log. I will be posting full reviews here, but minor updates will be on Instagram.
Let me know if you’re gonna participate!