Celebrating all highly imaginative genres:  Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Alternative Histories, Utopian and Dystopian Fiction.

This theme covers fantasy and other speculative fiction. The whole title may be fantasy (such as books by Brent Weeks, Garth Nix, Ursula LeGuin and Neil Gaiman), or there may be elements of fantasy (such as in magic realism and paranormal titles). You may even take this opportunity to explore fairy tales.

You may decide to scare yourself with fantasy, or to explore amazing created worlds that exist because an author imagined strange and wonderful possibilities. You may choose to have a dragon, elf and dwarf free month of fantasy reading. The possibilities are almost endless.

If you would like to share your favourite speculative fiction reading experiences, you can tweet while you read by adding the hashtag #specfic to your twitter posts about reading.

You can also use this tag on other websites like flickr, or on your blog – to share with us what you are reading. And if you want to keep your fantasy reading private – download an ebook.

There will be a twitter discussion 8.00pm (AEST) 29 March to discuss #specfic. See you online then.

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