Sci-Fi Month 2017: Introduction Post

Posted 1 November, 2017 by Lianne in Miscellaneous / 3 Comments

Happy November 1st! It’s also the start of Sci-Fi Month, hosted by Rinn Reads and Lisa @ Oh, the Books! πŸ˜€ This is the fifth year that I’m participating in this event and I’m looking forward to sharing the following posts with you all as part of this event:

Schedule for This Month’s Event

  • Wednesday 1st – Introduction Post
  • Friday 3rd – My book review of Christopher Priest’s The Inverted World
  • Thursday 9th – My book review of Dan Simmons’ Hyperion
  • Friday 10th – My book review of Dan Simmons’ The Fall of Hyperion
  • Monday 13th – My book review of Mur Lafferty’s Six Wakes
  • Tuesday 21st – My Top Ten Tuesdays post on sci-fi novels I’m thankful to have read
  • Wednesday 22nd – My book review/re-read of Frank Herbert’s Dune Messiah
  • Thursday 23rd – My book review/re-read of Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune
  • Friday 24th – My book review of Frank Herbert’s God Emperor of Dune
  • Wednesday 29th – It’s a Wrap!

Just Briefly About Me

Okay, a repost from last year but for those of you who are new to my blog and don’t know much about me: I’m Lianne *waves* and I pretty much grew up watching science fiction (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Babylon 5 (if you haven’t watched this show yet, you really must, it’s an excellent tv show; see my post on why you should watch it), Quantum Leap, etc). I only got around to reading the classic science fiction titles more recently but I do enjoy the genre; some of my favourite science fiction novels include Frank Herbert’s Dune (review), Douglas Adams The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and more recently Rachel Bach’s Paradox trilogy (see tag).

You can view all the posts I’ve made for previous Sci-fi Months in this tag and all of my science fiction-related posts in this tag πŸ™‚


And that’s about it for this introductions post! I had initially planned on finishing up reading the Dune novels for review but I’ve just been so busy this year that reading has just been slower for me amongst other activities >_< Anyhow, you can also follow the event month-long on Twitter via the hashtag #RRSciFiMonth or the Twitter account @SciFiMonth. I hope you enjoy the reviews I’ll be posting throughout this month! πŸ™‚


3 Responses to “Sci-Fi Month 2017: Introduction Post”

  1. Happy SciFi Month! Yay πŸ™‚ so excited for it.
    I am excited for your Six Wakes review. It’s still a book I really want to get to πŸ™‚
    Also, having read the shows you mention… I have a question πŸ˜€ have you watched Stargate SG-1? πŸ™‚

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