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: I’ve been
September Updates for my Reading Challenges – already? I suppose so. I have been reading a lot of books this year. Overall – my Goodreads Reading Challenge When I set myself the task of reading 52, one a week, to
This is How You Lose the Time War. It sounds so intriguing, and I’d heard great things of it. And of course, I had to add it to my list for the Spacetime reading challenge! This is How You Lose
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
I came across Andorra Pett some time ago, and of course, I couldn’t resist adding her to my TBR. Pett isn’t exactly a common surname. I hope to ask the author how he picked it later, but first, the book
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!
Nine months of the year have gone already. If 2020 just disappeared in a blur, despite seeming never-ending, I don’t know what 2021 has done. It seems to have taken a long time to get here, yet the idea that
Spacetimereads is the short name for the Spacetime Reading Challenge. Sign up here to take part in the 2021 Challenge! Spacetimereads The Spacetimereads Challenge is to read fiction books set in space or time… How far you want to go
SpaceTime Reading Challenge 2019—thank you for taking part. How did you get on? It would be delightful if you’d come back and tell all—and reveal your favourite Spacetime reads for last year. Mine was a hard choice between The Unwinding
I love a Reading Challenge or two. It appeals to my sense of order. Apart from the happiness of finishing a book, I love to punctuate it by including it in a challenge list. I know many people think this
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
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?