I had to invent it, though!
The SpaceTime Reading Challenge #spacetimereads
- You can read any book that is from the science fiction/time-travel genres. Any sub-genres are welcome as long as they incorporate one of these genres. Non-fiction is not included in this challenge.
- You don’t need a blog to participate but you do need a place to post your reviews (even one-liners) to link up. (blog, Goodreads, booklikes, shelfari, etc.)
- Make a goal post and link it back here with your goal for this challenge.
- Books need to be novellas or novels, no short stories, although anthologies count if they meet the page guideline. (At least 100 pages +)
- NEW RULE: You may count books that you do not want to finish if you have read at least 25%, or 100 pages, whichever is MORE. If you have read enough to give a fair mini-review that’s fine.
- Crossovers into other challenges are fine.
- The Challenge will be from Jan. 1st to Dec. 31st. Sign-up closes 30th November 2019.
Many thanks to the Reading Challenge Addict for assistance in spreading the word!
My SpaceTime Reading Goals for 2019
There are 4 levels at the moment:
- 5 books: Planet hopper
- 10 books: Interstellar explorer
- 20 books: Galactic navigator
- 40 books: To Infinity and Beyond
I’m going for Interstellar Explorer, with a goal of 10 books. I can go for more if I reach that, but like Mount TBR, you can’t go back.
So… let’s get reading!
- Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky (DNF at p214, 36%)
- Sapo Saga by Tony Laplume (Jan-19)
- Dining Out with the Gas Giants by Clare O’Beara (Feb-19)
- Revelation Space by Alastair Reynolds (Mar-19)
- Sassinak by Anne McCaffrey (Apr-19)
- Galileo’s Theme Park ed. by Juliana Rew (May-19)
- Cosmic Colin: Hairy Hamster Horror by Tim Collins (Jun-19)
- The Unwinding: Gin’s Story by Juliana Rew (Jul-19)
- Castles in Spain: 25 Years of Spanish Fantasy and Science Fiction ed. by Mariano Villareal (Jul-19)