For the Love of Mythology Blog Hop

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I’ve loved myth-based stories ever since I started losing myself in the library in elementary school. All those fantastic creatures and heroic deeds swept me away from boring homework. (Of course Zeus’ legendary philandering was toned down quite a bit!)

But if had to pick my favorite myth-based story now, well, it would depend on what was meant by favorite.

Atlantis Rising by Alyssa DayAlyssa Day’s Warriors of Poseidon series contained both the Greek god of the Sea and the legend of Atlantis, along with a whole bunch of nasty (and one nice) vampire and some shapeshifters. Awesome series with action, adventure, hot romance and saving the world. Start with Atlantis Rising if you’ve missed this. Even better, she’s finished so you get to find out how it ends.

American Gods by Neil GaimanOn a completely other track, if you want to learn about every mythology ever, sink your teeth, and a very long weekend, into Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. It felt like he made use of every possible myth and legend, and wove them into a fantastic reinterpretation of the great American road novel. If you’ve never read it, you won’t see the end coming, and then you’ll wonder why you didn’t. But I still laugh at the idea of the Egyptian gods keeping a funeral parlor in Cairo, Illinois with a cat named, of course, Bastet. And yes, it is Her.

To help you read more about your own favorite myths, just fill out the Rafflecopter for a chance at a $10 Amazon giftcard. Then hop on over to the many other participants in this giveaway hop, and see what myths they’d love to share with you!

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41 thoughts on “For the Love of Mythology Blog Hop

  1. i love all things “myth”, but a few i especially love reading about: medusa, king aurthur, and robin hood (is he considered myth?). loving this hop, thanks so much for being a part of it, and for your contest/giveaway πŸ™‚

    patricia crews
    adamsgirl4602@yahoo.com

  2. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Having a brain freeze and the only myth I can think of right now is Achilles πŸ˜‰

  3. i don’t think i have a favourite myth. i love mythology ( greek, norse egyptian etc) and there are so many stories that i can’t pick one…. the one that impressed me the lmost was the one about the god Mim in egyptian ^^ i remember telling teh myth i learned during my travel in egypt to the catheshim and i shoked evyone^^
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  4. Thank you for participating in this hop.

    Donna From Book Lover’s Hideaway

  5. I love reading about myths of romance and of adventures! One of my favorite myths is the story of Robin Hood stealing from the rich and giving to the poor and his love story with Maid Marion!

    Thanks for the awesome hop!

    Beth H.
    ehaney578 at aol dot com

  6. I was always fascinated by Eros and Psyche’s story. Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Krista
    pinkbonanza{ AT }gmail{ DOT }com

  7. I always liked the stories of Prometheus bringing fire and Theseus vs the Minotaur, but I’ll pick the labors of Hercules.

  8. My favorite myth is Pandora’s Box, always felt it was a necessary evil in order for humanity to continue to evolve.

    dragon5174 (at) gmail.com

  9. I’m partial to the Greek/Roman myths, but I’ll read other mythological fiction as long as they’re well-written.

    p.s. I’m halfway through American Gods and now I’m excited for the ending!

  10. I don’t have a favorite myth, but I’ve been reading a lot of Norse and Celtic mythology and folklore lately.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

  11. So many to choose from, but the myth of Osiris and Isis is one of my all-time favs!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mearles1982 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  12. I love mythology! My favorite myth is the Trojan War – epic romance and action at the same time πŸ™‚

  13. I like most stories with Athena or Dionysus — she’s a woman of action, he’s a loveable guy who means no harm — he just has groupies with serious issues.

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