In lieu of participating in Wyrd and Wonder on my blog this week I’ve been reading FOURTH WING by Rebecca Yarros. Or, trying to, at least, in between other things that cropped up this week. Regardless, today’s prompt is mythology, or celebrate a subgenre. If I had planned better, I would have saved my recently-created list of Arthurian retellings for today. But alas. (Please check it out if you missed it!) Instead, my focus is to celebrate Celtic mythology, which is just as fun to read.
Allow me to be frank in that I don’t know much about Celtic mythology. However, I inadvertently many times a year seem to read fantasy books inspired by it. This inspiration usually isn’t evident to me when I read the synopsis. Or perhaps it’s not evident to me because I am not educated in it. (Highly possible.) Nevertheless, I do enjoy them when I read them. So allow me to celebrate Celtic mythology and share it via a list.
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Today’s book review is about THE MAGICIAN’S DAUGHTER by H.G. Parry. This book is like a warm hug despite the serious nature of fighting to save the magic in the world. A coming-of-age story, this is a tale that transcends age categories and is perfect for Young Adult and Adult readers.
Author: H.G. Parry
Age Category: Young Adult/New Adult
Publish Date: February 28, 2023
Print Length: 400
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The Sundays in Bed With… meme, hosted by Midnight Book Girl, dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning. Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today!
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I can’t remember if I made a December 2022 TBR list. I definitely didn’t for January 2023 and I had a good reading time last month. But I do want to make progress on my physical backlist, so I thought making a February 2023 TBR list would help keep me on track. February has a lot of ARC commitments for me, but I read most of them in January to keep my stress levels low. But I have a couple of March ARCs, too, so I’ll throw any early ones into the mix.
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