It’s been another amazing Witch Week here at ECBR! Once again, I’d like to thank the many people who made it possible:
- Kristen of We Be Reading, for starting off our journey with Neil Gaiman’s American Gods
- Jenny of Reading the End for giving us her Top Ten Reasons to Read Shirley Jackson
- Deb of The Book Stop, for a wonderful appreciation of the Oz books
- Tor Books, Saga Press, and Small Beer Press, for books offered in the Witch Week Giveaway (still open till tomorrow!)
- Author Kat Howard for her enlightening interview conducted by Maureen of By Singing Light
- Chris of Calmgrove and Brian of Babbling Books, for discussing Something Wicked This Way Comes with me
- Everyone who commented, shared, and linked up posts; see the Master Post to visit them or add your own (it’s not too late)
And YOU, for your interest and support. Whether you were an old friend or a new visitor, I’m so glad you could join us.
As usual, I’m already looking forward to next year…and I’ve selected the theme Dreams of Arthur, to focus on the many different ways fantasy and historical fiction writers have engaged with the Arthurian mythos. From Susan Cooper to Elizabeth Wein, T.H. White to Mary Stewart, so many of my formative reading experiences have been spent with these stories. What would you like to read from this genre? Do you have any favorites to recommend? What questions or topics would you be interested in discussing?
I hope you’ll share your feedback about this year, as well as any suggestions for the next, in the comments. Till next Halloween, I wish you a year of magical reading!