SpaceTime Reading Challenge does what it says: it challenges you to sign-up to read a number of books in the space science fiction and time travel genres.
As with previous years, there are four categories to choose from:
- 5 books: Planet hopper
- 10 books: Interstellar explorer
- 20 books: Galactic navigator
- 40 books: To Infinity and Beyond
I’ve been scraping into Interstellar Explorer territory in previous years, and I’ve made it again in 2022, so I’ll have another go in 2023. I confess that I fell out of love with science fiction novels during the year because some of them are a very large load of waffle. But then you come across something like Project Hail Mary, and it all seems worth it again.
I’d be interested to know what you find good and bad in scifi at present. Some of the ‘most popular’ authors I just don’t find good – or too good but they don’t know when to stop. Not enjoyable reads, as such.
If you want the full rules (and my progress reports), they are here: #spacetimereads
Basically if it’s set in space (not just earth or dystopian earth even if it is science fiction) or it’s time travel (just on earth, historical or future, or in space…), it counts.
So, please sign up here, do a sign-up post with a ping-back or link to this post, by the end of January (or soon if it’s now mid-2023), and report quarterly. Please use the badge and spread the word 🙂
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