Wednesday, April 21, 2021

#atozchallenge R is for Ronel, Rainbow Colors, Rook, Room 42

#AtoZChallenge 2021 April Blogging from A to Z Challenge letter R


An alphabet of J's favorite blogs


R is for https://www.ronelthemythmaker.com/blog/
I love THIS blog because:
  • Ronel is a great blogger! I adore her to bits.
  • Ronel has great book reviews. 
  • Check out the A to Z posts! So much knowledge. 🧚‍♂️🧚‍♀️ Faerie folk are so very well researched.
  • I've read and reviewed three great books from  Ronel Janse van Vuuren  (plus some anthologies she's been in)      



#atozchallenge Usborne books for Children


“Rainbow Colors” is from Usborne’s ‘Hello, Baby!’ series. It is a cloth book with colorful characters, but what makes this book unique is the rattle/teether handle! This book is great for on-the-go with baby and for increasing their vocabulary at a young age!





USA flag "Shipping only available to USA and  military bases from the provided Usborne link." - Kathryn Mowers (Consultant for the Dorner family)



J's TBR pile #atozchallenge


R is for these books on my TBR:

  • Rook: Bridge & Sword: Awakenings (Bridge & Sword Series Book 1) by JC Andrijeski
    • "in the middle of a race war she didn’t even know existed"
    • dark, gritty science fiction and apocalyptic series with strong romantic elements
  • Room 42 by DK Cassidy
    • "humans can no longer die naturally"
    • Only 26 pages




Please check out my Book Review of a new favorite of mine over at Operation Awesome today!
https://operationawesome6.blogspot.com/2021/04/bookreview-fragile-remedy-atozchallenge.html 

Giveaway:

https://wn.nr/EvfEgH Win the Ultimate Literary Bundle from Storiarts! "Where style meets literature. Every Storiarts purchase helps kids worldwide learn to read, write, & create." And small-batch coffee in three genres-- Fantasy, Romance, and Gothic. 


WEP writing prompt Freedom Morning #flashfiction #WEPFF https://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/2021/04/wep-2021-continues-artistic-inspiration.html
On the 21st, the A-Z letter is R. On the 22nd, it's S. Then, on the 23rd, it's T. (When I'll post mine.)
"Use the letter of the day, as well as whatever A-Z theme you've chosen, to inspire your WEP entry!"



QUESTIONS: 
  • Have you been to this favorite blog of mine?
  • Have you read any of these books?
  • What's your favorite Fae story? 🧚‍♂️🧚‍♀️ 
  • Will you check out my book review at Operation Awesome?
        

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12 comments:

  1. I have CD's book and really need to read it soon.

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    1. There was about an hour that this post was live with the letter "T" books instead of the "R" ones. I don't know how I did it. But I caught and fixed it. I'm guessing you use a subscription service that didn't pick-up the change.

      So, if anyone wonders about the CDGallantKing book, it'll be up on t day.
      And Alex, if you see that same list in two days and think you've gone mad... you have. 😉😆

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  2. I have been to that blog. I love books for the youngest ones! It's never too early, never, to start reading to children. If I may include any being of myth or fairy tale, then I pick Goblin Market, by Cristina Rossetti. A poem, but a story. Some editions have incredible illustrations.

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  3. "There's still time‼️Usborne is offering FREE SHIPPING through tonight at 11:59 PM CT (please note central time!) on all qualifying orders over $75.00*."

    Saw that on Mowers Facebook.

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  4. I've been enjoying Ronel's A-Z posts this year! :-)
    https://iainkellywriting.com/2021/04/21/the-state-trilogy-a-z-guide-r/

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  5. I have been to Ronel's blog every day during this A to Z challenge. Lots of interesting mythology facts and trivia there.

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  6. I've found that the more I enjoy a book, the easier it is to write the review. You've written a very thorough book review at Operation Awesome and obviously enjoyed reading the book.
    https://gail-baugniet.blogspot.com

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  7. Aw, thanks for the shout-out, J :-)

    Ronel visiting for the A-Z Challenge with an A-Z of Faerie: Rabbits and Hares of Folklore

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  8. Thank you for being my R in my personal scavenger hunt. Since I didn't make it in the month of April, I'm using it as my road trip game - you know, like sitting in the car and trying to find every state's license plate?

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