Weekly Reading Check-In: 11/10/21

Happy Wednesday everyone!  Time for another weekly check-in using WWW Wednesday, a meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. Want to participate?  Simply answer the three questions below and tag the host site!  Book covers link to Goodreads. What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you’ll read next?... Continue Reading →

Five Sci-Fi Video Games I Can’t Wait to Play

During Sci-Fi Month, we celebrate all things sci-fi, and that means video games get some love too! I've decided to round up the games I cannot wait to play in the coming months, from small indie games with big vision, to the blockbuster AAA games I've been waiting literal years for. If you love science... Continue Reading →

SciFi Month 2021 TBR

It's one of my favorite times of year - SCIFI MONTH!! This annual event hosted by imyril and Dear Geek Place is a chance for people to come together and celebrate all things science-fiction, from books to movies to video games. Although I do love a good space opera, sci-fi only makes up about a... Continue Reading →

Sci-Fi Month Preview: TBR Time!

It's almost November, which means it's almost time for SciFi Month! The annual blogging celebration is hosted by Lisa at Dear Geek Place and imyril at There's Always Room For One More. The primary focus is, of course, on books, but posts about anything sci-fi, from movies to video games, are welcome! With Sci-Fi Month... Continue Reading →

November 2019 Wrap Up

This month was #SciFiMonth, something I've been looking forward to for weeks!  I've beens squirreling away some backlist reads for this occasion and was determined to make this month as ARC-free as possible.  I did surprisingly well, though now I have a stack of (amazing) ARCs in front of me to tackle before the year... Continue Reading →

Sci-Fi Month: Favorite AI in Books

This week I'm doing a freebie topic for Top Five Tuesday and talking about my favorite AI in sci-fi books!  While I remain terrified of Alexa mutating into Skynet and/or HAL 3000, I love a good AI in fiction, especially when authors take the time to explore how their experiences differ from a human's.  So... Continue Reading →

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