March of the Sequels is a month long event this March dedicated to sequels. Arranged and hosted by the lovely Sue Bavey over at Sue’s Musings blog, March of the Sequels acknowledges that sequels can be harder to promote and sell for authors, so this is a great excuse to pick up that sequel you’ve always wanted to read!
To take part, all you need to do is read and shout about your favourite sequels. Follow and use the #MarchOfTheSequels hashtag on Twitter, but feel free to curate your own TBR of sequels for your own blog, website, or social media. You can also get involved by following Sue on Twitter, who will be featuring and interviewing a range of authors throughout March. Check out her blog for the full line up and schedule.
Of course, here at the Uncharted Library, we’re all about promoting indie authors! Here are some of the sequels and series that we’ve reviewed if you’re looking for a recommendation:
Daughter of the Wildings by Kyra Halland
A character driven fantasy series in a harsh and magical version of the Wild West. View our review!
Glass Rhapsody by Sarah Chorn
Glass Rhapsody begins with a mournful dirge that takes the reader on a journey through a gamut of emotion but the ending will leave your soul healed and satisfied. A fitting end to this series. View our review!
Leveling Up by K.F. Breene
You don’t need to be a woman to enjoy this. You probably don’t even need to be middle-aged. View our review!
Mapweaver Chronicles by Kaitlin Bellamy
If the world brings you down, read this. View our review!
Playing Fae Games by Isa Medina
Reading these books honestly reminds me of The Mummy films; full of wholesome adventure, treasure hunting, exotic monsters, and dripping with good humour. I can’t wait to see what trouble Maddie finds herself in next. View our review!
Queen of Thieves by Andy Peloquin
If you want tense, fast-paced, and action packed fantasy, about clever thieves, backstabbery, and defiance in the face of adversity, then Queen of Thieves is definitely something to look closer at. View our review!
Raven’s Ruin by J.A. Andrews
At well over 700 pages, this is a chonker of a book, but it’s worth every tired yawn the day after. View our review!
The Keeper Chronicles by J.A. Andrews
Depth, substance, dragons. View our review!
Yarnsworld by Benedict Patrick
This is not your average fantasy story. If you’re ready to exercise your mind and dig into something different this is for you. Also, the covers are absolutely amazing. View our review!
What will you be reading for March of the Sequels?