Here's a rather optimistic (if loosely-planned) TBR for OCtober 2019. Please point me toward your own TBRs for this month - I've been slacking a bit on the blogging
Following my recent post about my participation in the Space Opera September readathon run by Thomas of SSF180, here is what I plan on reading this month to satisfy the challenges.
In September I will be trying to focus on completing the Space Opera September readathon (announcement video, Twitter), created and hosted by Thomas Wagner of SFF180 (YouTube, Website, Twitter). This will be my first readathon and I'm so excited to get stuck into a genre I have very limited experience with. The main goal is to read between one and four space opera books, though of course there are challenges which handsomely reward successful readers.
After a long period of slow reading, in August I'm planning on cracking on with eight books. Check them out!
I'll keep this short and sweet 🙂
In order to try and maintain a 50/50 split of male to female authors this year, I'm going to be periodically making posts like this, where I discuss the next five books from female authors that I want to read. I think that breaking goals down into smaller chunks makes them easier to manage, and… Continue reading TBR BC: The Next 5 Female-Authored Books I’m Reading in 2019 (#1)
Bit late to this one but hey-ho, better late than never. I won't be getting to too many books this month as I have a couple of uni exams in a couple of weeks, but I've got a fairly ambitious TBR. The Gutter Prayer - Gareth Hanrahan. This has been doing the rounds recently,… Continue reading BC: January 2019 TBR
I thought I would drop by and give you all a bit of an end-of-year TBR update since I think a few of you might be interested in what else I am planning to read by the end of 2018.
If you follow me on Twitter you will know that I’ve recently made the decision to read (almost) only female-authored books for the rest of the year. The exceptions to this are a couple of Christmas books and one review copy which the author kindly sent to me all the way from Australia.
Review: Three Crows Magazine Issue 1 4/5| Speculative Fiction| 78 pages Three Crows Magazine (that’s a direct link to their site) is a recently released publication from a team of three editors and a multitude of different authors, focusing on fantasy and science-fiction in particular with interviews and reviews joining the fray. I paid… Continue reading Review: Three Crows Magazine Issue 1