‘Beam me up Scotty’: Sci Fi Month 2016 #RRSciFiMonth

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That’s it folks.  Sci fi month 2016 ends today – and what a great month it’s been.  I’ve had a great time and I hope you all have too!  I was determined to write, post and watch lots of sci-fi (well, lots in terms of my own normal posting) and I managed to do so so I’m all coloured happy. I watched a few films, particularly enjoyed Jurassic Park.  Read and reviewed three books and managed to highlight 4 sci fi books that I’m looking forward to as part of my Waiting on Wednesday posts.

I have to give a great big hand of applause to Rinn Reads and Over The Effing Rainbow for doing such a stella job of hosting and I have to say that I hope they do so again next year as I’m actually going to formulate plans next time around!  That’s right – there are actually going to be PLANS (although in fairness, I probably said that same thing last year – however, this time there really are going to be plans)!!

So, as one door closes, another usually opens.  We currently have a readalong about to start for Becky Chambers A Closed and Common Orbit – starting literally in the next couple of days but if you’re interested in joining in you could easily catch up as it’s a nice gentle pace (and when I say catch up I mean jump on board because we’ve not started yet – details here).  Also, in the New Year, the Little Red Reviewer will be hosting her annual Vintage Sci Fi month – so dig out your old vintage sci fi books, films, covers, tv – whatever, and join in.  Lots to still look forward to people.

Finally, just in case you needed a little pick me up – here – just for you:

Live long and prosper 😀

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4 Responses to “‘Beam me up Scotty’: Sci Fi Month 2016 #RRSciFiMonth”

  1. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    It has been a great month, eh? I can’t wait to do it again next year. But yes, we still have the readalong of ACaCO to look forward to! 😀

  2. maddalena@spaceandsorcery

    We all enjoyed a great deal of science fiction in many forms (infinite diversity in infinite combinations, indeed…) and this feels like a stepping stone for more interesting reads.
    Can’t wait for next year as well! 🙂

    • @lynnsbooks

      Yeah, hopefully I will be more organised next year – although don’t anybody hold your breath because me being organised, mmmm, doesn’t often happen.
      Lynn 😀

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