Sci-Fi Month 2015

It’s now officially Sci-Fi Month, a month-long celebration of all things science fiction begun by Rinn from Rinn Reads! This year it is being co-hosted by Lisa from Over the Effing Rainbow. If you’re only hearing about it now and would like to be part of it, it’s not too late—anyone can participate at any time during the month of November! If you want to check out what’s going on this month, there is a schedule of posts by participating blogs and a Twitter account.

This is my third Sci-Fi Month, and I’ve had a lot of fun with it the last couple of years! The first year I discovered a new favorite book as part of my reading for the month (Karin Lowachee’s Warchild). Last year I only managed to fit in a couple of book reviews since I was still adjusting after moving to a new state, but I also had a couple of great guest posts—some book recommendations by Martha Wells and an article on hope and wonder in science fiction by Karina Sumner-Smith.

This year, I may only end up reviewing a couple of science fiction books like last year since I have a couple of fantasy books to review that I’ve read or am nearly finished reading, but here are some plans for Sci-Fi Month:

  • A review of This Gulf of Time and Stars by Julie Czerneda (which I’m also giving away at the moment!)
  • A guest post by Karina Sumner-Smith

I’ll probably write at least one other book review. Since I haven’t yet read Cagebird, I’d like to keep with my Sci-Fi Month tradition of reading the Warchild books, but I’m not sure yet what I’ll end up reading after that if I think I can fit in more Sci-Fi Month posts—there are so many possibilities!