This review ended up to be quite long, so let me just wrap it up. I've been really impressed by the quality of the content in Tales of Ioth. Don't get me wrong, Woolliscroft presented exactly what I expected of him and then some more. These stories not only give us a better picture of the characters we already know, but also we get to know Alfaria and the Alfjarun culture a bit more. If you like the Wildfire Cycle, then you definitely shouldn't miss Tales of Ioth and all these brilliant adventures.
May is here! And you know what does that mean? It's Wyrd & Wonder month! We celebrate fantasy throughout May. It's not too late to join in all the fun. You can find the introduction here. Be sure to check it out becuase these ladies planned a LOT of awesome stuff. As usual, I have all kinds of things planned for this month as well, though not all of them fantasy related. But I'll try my best. Who knows? I might even do some fun posts using their Wyrd & Wonder challenge prompts! Alright, let's see what I have in mind.
I think we'll lean heavily on the reviewing side of things in April. That being said, I'm more sober regarding April, mostly because all of my plans got chucked into the bin.
Üdv! Did you ever find yourself in a situation where you had no idea what was being said? Well, the brave people taking part in the What the Hungarian?! feature can experience exactly that. 5 qoutes, 5 guesses, 5 answers. How well would you do?
Is it just me or February really just lasted for a blink? I was so occupied with stuff, that halfway through the month I completely forgot that it was my birthday month and didn't have as much fun as I would have liked. That's not saying I didn't have any fun ar that I didn't have a great birthday month, because I did. But I was just too focused on the coming blog anniversary and other things I'm working on behind the scenes. Oops.