My first quarter update is only slightly late! The SpaceTime Reading challenge is for reading addicts who want to try space scifi and timetravel genres for the first time, as well as hardened scifi addicts. I keep my list on
The SpaceTime Reading challenge needs a sign up post to circulate widely. It would be great to attract reading addicts who want to try space scifi and timetravel genres for the first time, but hardened scifi addicts are always welcome!
As usual, I give you a round-up of the trials and tribulation for my reading challenges, and tell you which ones I’m doing for the coming year. Lessons learned from Reading Challenges in 2020 Don’t take on hefty reading challenges
SpaceTime Sign-up time! Searching for a Science Fiction Reading Challenge? I had been for years. I found some with lists of classic or ‘new classic’ books to read, but I’ve either done those or rejected them for good reasons! Last
Achievements of 2018 and Targets for 2019. It’s obligatory, really. And it’s going to be bullet-point mainly, with links to other places for more detail. All I can add is that I’ve been working really hard over Christmas to get
SpaceTime Launch! Searching for a Science Fiction Reading Challenge? I have been for years. I find some with lists of classic or ‘new classic’ books to read, but I’ve either done those or rejected them for good reasons! The answer?
2019 reading challenges beckon. It’s only a month away. Blog posts for December are mostly written, and the rest are planned. 2018 reading challenges approach their last gasp. If I don’t read the books on my ‘currently reading’ by the
My reading challenges are already one quarter of the way through. Three months has flown by, but I have read a lot of books: Goodreads tells me it’s now 16 and I’m five ahead of schedule. I’m not sure how
My 2018 Reading Challenge time is into its second week already, and I have nearly read one book. As with previous years, I have updated all my challenges on this main page, and then there are pages for each reading challenge.
Sign up now to reduce the length/size of your reading pile. September 11th to 24th sees the fifth TackleTBR Readathon, thanks to Tressa at Wishful Endings. The goal you set is entirely up to you – maybe you don’t even
Challenges seem a good focus for my C of the A to Z this year. I write a guest post for The Story Reading Ape’s blog, mostly published on the second Sunday of the month. Somehow I got myself into
Welcome, everybody, to my Challenge for the Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon 2016. First off, I’m going to explain about my series, then I’ll set you a Challenge, and then there’s the giveaway. The Princelings of the East by Jemima Pett
Once again, Wishful Endings is hosting the Tackle your TBR Read-a-thon, starting tomorrow and ending on Sept 26th. I’m doing my start-up post early, since I’ve got something special for you tomorrow, but I’ve got another special something on Wednesday,
Asteroid Day is a global movement to increase knowledge and awareness of asteroids, and everything I know about it comes from the European Space Agency website. There is detail here from the press announcement in February, and loads of activities are
With the end of the Tackle TBR on Monday, I imagine you don’t need my Reading Challenge progress report this month. Oh? You do? My Goodreads Challenge tally is 4 books ahead of schedule, at 48 out of 60. I think I’m going to make