It’s time for our 2nd update for the 2017 Science Fiction Reading Challenge currently being hosted by Sci-Fi & Scary.
At the bottom of this list will be a linky. Feel free to linkup to the page you’re monitoring all your book challenges on (or, alternately, I believe you can leave a link to each individual review once they’ve been posted on your site.)
(I promise there will be better shiny badges at some point!)
For Decades of Sci-Fi:
You’ve stated you wish to expand your knowledge of science fiction by reading 1 book a month for each decade of science fiction starting at 1900.
If you’re working your way through the list, as many are doing, from earliest to newest, in January you should have read In the Days of the Comet by H.G. Wells, and for February: Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs. However, you’re free to choose to do the list in any order that you want.
If you need a reminder of the list to follow, click the link at the top of the page.
How I’m doing: I’ve read In the Days of the Comet, and Princess of Mars.
For Wired Into Sci-Fi:
Whether you be a Dabbler, a Dreamer, or fancy yourself a Sci-Fi Connoisseur the time has come to make your 1st accounting.
Dabbler– Read 10 out of 30 of the Wired into Sci-Fi Books.
Dreamer – Read 20 out of 30 of the Wired into Sci-Fi Books.
Connoisseur – Read 25+ books of the Wired into Sci-Fi Books.
Daring Dabblers – Though you have a small amount of wiggle room, you should have started your challenge by now. Which book did you choose to start your journey with?
Dashing Dreamers – You’ve probably read at least 2 or 4 books by now if you want to stay on track to achieve your dreams. How’s it going? Are you an over-achiever yet?
Courageous Connoisseurs – I hope you’ve read at least 4 books by now, or you may not have time to savor the flavor of your books as you rushed to read later on. Is there one that exceeded your expectations?
If you need a reminder of the pool of books you can choose from, please click the link at the top of the page.
How I’m doing: Sirens of Titan (It’s not that I’m not reading Sci-Fi, I’m just not reading any these yet! LOL.)