The month rolls on, and I’m starting to look forward to the end of Dry January- and also the start of the next reading month!
So when I saw this challenge floating around on the internet, I knew I had to try it. It combines two of my favourite things: reading, and reading fantasy! I read so much of it that this is perfect, and I’m looking forward to sharing all my weird and wacky reads with you all 😀
It’s run by the lovely Kathy at Books and Munches, and the rules are as follows:
◊ Post a blog post / Tweet / comment / whatever saying you’ll be joining me!
You can also join our Goodreads-group, Devour Your TBR, and participate there. Just saying.
◊ Share your list of fantasy books that you really want / hope to read during February.
◊ If you’re sharing your updates on social media, use #FantasticFeb so we can follow up on each other!
What will I be reading?
There are a couple of books that I’m really looking forward to getting started on:
◊ The House of Salt and Sorrow by Erin A. Craig has just come out and a copy is going to be arriving through my letterbox very shortly… it’s a modern twist on an old fairy tale, and I’m really looking forward to getting start on it! (Also, just look at that cover).
◊ Dark Forge is the run-up to Cold Iron by Miles Cameron. It’s an epic, LOTR-style story about mages, war, dark forces and a young student, Aranthur Timos, who gets sucked into it all… (hopefully this got your attention, because I’m doing the blog tour in a few weeks and can’t really say any more!)
◊ The Raven’s Tale by Cat Winters has just been approved on NetGalley, and it looks like just the kind of thing I like: some teenage angst, some history, and some dark twists and turns into the world of the fantastic… bring it on!
◊ And last but not least (as far as I can tell ten days before February): I’m going to be investing some card-earned cash on buying Holly Black’s The Wicked King…
That’s my February sorted! What are you all looking forward to reading next month? Are you going to be taking part in the fantasy challenge?
Leave a comment below and let’s start a discussion 🙂