Quest Log the Third

After each adventure, it’s recommended you take a brief pause to catch your breath before heading back out into the worlds of fancy. Join me by the fire to hear what your fellow adventurers have been up to in the third week of Wyrd and Wonder…

This week, I’ve got the lowdown on the week’s reviews, interviews and giveaways – head over to Dear Geek Place for a round-up of your lists, discussions, read-alongs and random treasure. Keep a weather eye open for the Wyrd and Wonder Challenge Flashbacks from Jorie Loves A Story.

As ever, a big THANK YOU to everyone who added their links to the master schedule.



We do love it when an author pops by for a chat. Annemieke caught up with Susan McCormick at A Dance with Books to chat about her upcoming middle grade fantasy The Antidote, while Julia interviewed GR Matthews about his debut Seven Deaths of an Empire for The Fantasy Hive.

Challenge posts

Jorie will focus on your amazing pics in her Flashback posts, but here’s a round-up of the latest blog post responses added to the schedule this week… 

To feast your eyes on all the photo responses, check out the #WyrdAndWonder tag on Twitter, Instagram and Litsy.


Have you entered the giveaways?


If you want your posts to be included in Quest Logs, considered for the Challenge Flashbacks and boosted on Twitter, please remember to add the links to our master schedule – yes, we’d love you to add links to your challenge photo responses too!

A million thank yous to everyone who has already been doing so – the Wyrd And Wonder party is so big these days that it’s the only way to be sure we see all your posts. If you missed this week’s cut-off, don’t worry – we’ll include your link next week.

Want to join the party? It’s never too late – just add your name to the party rolls or slide smoothly into the conversation, using the #WyrdAndWonder tag when you make a post on blogs and/or social media (…and – altogether now – add your links to the master schedule).

IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus images by Svetlana Alyuk on

If you’d like to use the banners on your own blog, you’re welcome to download this year’s graphics. Don’t forget to credit the artist.