an opportunity to celebrate our favorite fantasy books and authors

Here’s the schedule:
Saturday, October 31: A Guide to Blackstock College (from Tam Lin by Pamela Dean)
Sunday, November 1: Giveaways: Bitter Greens and The Bloody Chamber
Monday, November 2: Don’t Bet on the Prince (Guest Post by Chris of Calmgrove)
Tuesday, November 3: Top Ten Books That Take the Old into the New (Guest Post by Susie of Girl with Her Head in a Book)
Wednesday, November 4: Author Interview with Kate Forsyth, author of Bitter Greensand The Wild Girl
Thursday, November 5: Readalong of The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter
Friday, November 6: Wrap-up and 2016 Preview
Because I am still flying around celebrating the enchanting night, my posts will be coming beginning November 1st.  I am a fan of retellings as well as WITCH literature.
Feel free to join in and share your favorite stories and books! Even your own writings.

Fitting quite well into this theme, let me share with you a link to Magaly Guerrero's Witches In Fiction writing contest from earlier this month.

Be sure to hop over to Emerald City Reviews for the rest of the Witch Week entertainment.

A little something for you (please check price before clicking) 
 from 10 fantastic authors, in the RETELLING genre, an anthology of King Arthur tales
(this offer is no longer free)

King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology  kindle edition


  1. Thank you for sharing Witch Week, Laura. It's going to be a wonderful event.


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