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Check Out These Creators During Latinx Heritage Month

On September 15th Latinx Heritage Month started. It is all about celebrating cultures, histories but also contributions and creators that are here now. I wanted to give some attention to this month this year. Unfortunately I ended up getting sick a few times throughout September and just couldn’t set up anything ahead of time. At… Continue reading Check Out These Creators During Latinx Heritage Month

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How I Am Making the WordPress Block Editor Work For Me

If you follow me on twitter you might have seen me complain about the change to the wordpress block editor. I’m probably not the only one you have seen complain about it. When it was first said that it was going to change, nothing changed for me and I was very happy. I figured I… Continue reading How I Am Making the WordPress Block Editor Work For Me

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Self-Published SFF Books I’ve Read | #SelfPubFantasyMonth

September was recently dubbed Self Published Fantasy Month. They have an official website here.  I think its great to give more attention to self-published and indie released books. However because of various reasons I didn’t quite have the time to be a big part of this month. Still I wanted to share a list of… Continue reading Self-Published SFF Books I’ve Read | #SelfPubFantasyMonth

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Goodreads has an Explore Science-Fiction and Fantasy Week

I noticed early on in the week that Goodreads was doing another theme week. This time the theme is Explore Science-Fiction and Fantasy. While I don’t interact with these theme weeks a whole lot I do find it interesting, as an SFF reader, to see what I have read of the top 100 most popular… Continue reading Goodreads has an Explore Science-Fiction and Fantasy Week

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The Promised Land of Urban Fantasy for Me This May| Plus Some Books I’ve Read in the Subgenre | #WyrdandWonder

As some of you may know I have been struggling mental health wise. And at the start of May, as I was preparing to jump on my intended high fantasy TBR, my reading mood took a left turn and I acquired a bunch of Urban Fantasy to satisfy my need. But what was that need?… Continue reading The Promised Land of Urban Fantasy for Me This May| Plus Some Books I’ve Read in the Subgenre | #WyrdandWonder

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The Norm of Gender Constructs in Fantasy | Which Sounds a Lot Fancier Than It Is | #WyrdandWonder

One of the things that I always wanted to hold to with kids is that I didn’t want to jump on board the whole blue is boy and pink is girl focus that there was for baby’s already. Let alone the pressure that is on them for the rest of their lives in that regard.… Continue reading The Norm of Gender Constructs in Fantasy | Which Sounds a Lot Fancier Than It Is | #WyrdandWonder

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5 Star Books in Five Words |5 Adult Fantasy | #wyrdandwonder

Sometimes you see things in the blogging community, think oh that is fun, and then proceed to take 500 million years to give it a go yourself. Which is kind of what this is to be honest. I kept remembering it but I just never got around to doing it. So this book tag of… Continue reading 5 Star Books in Five Words |5 Adult Fantasy | #wyrdandwonder

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Don’t Call It That | Magical Realism vs Fabulism | #WyrdandWonder

Magical Realism is one of those subgenres that I stayed away from for most of my reading career. It always felt that there was something about it that made me extremely cautious to even use the term. I could never quite get a grip on Magical Realism as a subgenre. And google never was a… Continue reading Don’t Call It That | Magical Realism vs Fabulism | #WyrdandWonder