Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This weekly list feature uses topic prompts to inspire readers/bloggers to share the best (or worst, or most Interesting) of their bookshelves, be it the TBR section, personal favourites or books that have caught their attention. So, this week’s prompt is a love freebie. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I guess that was inevitable. Thing is, though, I’m …
So I can’t sit on this any longer, and it’s looking unlikely that I’ll have time to add anything to this list with only two and a half days left in the year. So it’s time to present the list of my absolute favourite reads of 2019! (In no particular order, because otherwise I’d be preparing this post ALL DAY and into the night…)
A stagnating community finds a way forward, with a little help from a friend; a restless boy finds his path in life; and a caretaker finds new ways to care. Let’s discuss the final parts of Record of a Spaceborn Few. Spoilers will follow for Parts 5, 6 & 7.
Another tragedy strikes, though the effects are felt on much more personal levels for some. Change is inevitable, but who will accept it? Let’s discuss Record of a Spaceborn Few. Spoilers follow for Parts 2, 3 and 4.
Let’s take a little break from reviews and bookish discussions with a fun feature post! I discovered this feature via Lauren over at Always Me, though the tag was originally created by Matthew Sciarappa. Read on for more!
Welcome to the second of our SciFi Month Read-alongs! I am so excited to share thoughts and feelings about this book with fellow nerds, so let’s get to it, shall we? NOTE: SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR PROLOGUE & PART 1.
IT’S HEEEEEERE! Welcome, dear Fleet, to Sci-Fi Month 2019! Our course is set and autopilot is on for the moment, so let’s drift a little and get ourselves comfortable. It’s time for me to share my plans for the journey ahead…
Signaling the SciFi Month Fleet! Today I’ve got the details of this year’s Read-along, and I am super excited for it. We will be reading Record of a Spaceborn Few, the third volume of the Hugo Award-winning Wayfarers series by Becky Chambers! You game? Details below!
So I’m rolling Sunday and Monday into one post to wrap up my Worldcon diary today, on account of Monday’s adventures mostly only involving very tired travel and I’m sure nobody needs me to tell them about that. Nonetheless, I have good things to say, and I’m still having feelings about some of it…
Haven’t done this in a while, but today I’m feeling inspired so let’s take a look at some of my favourite comfort reads! (Note: Certain selections below may not *seem* very comforting, but nonetheless I always enjoy them…) Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.