Reading 2017: Rounding Out the Year

See bottom for links to further entries in the "Reading 2017" series. Well, 2017 has been an absurd year in too many ways, so it was nice to end it with the feeling that at least my reading wasn't doing too badly. As I've mentioned earlier in the series, I wanted to focus more on …

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New Genre Library: Sci-fi (Jurassic Park)

This series explores genres new or newish to me as part of my 2017 reading challenge Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton I’m not really into dinosaurs and, had I never seen the movie of the same name—yes, that same one everyone else and their mother has seen twelve times—I likely would have passed Jurassic Park …

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Book Review: Hearts Never Change (Plus Giveaway)

Richard Liveth Yet (Book III): Hearts Never Change by Joanne R. Larner The author is so generously gifting a signed paperback copy of Hearts Never Change to one lucky winner! To get in with a chance to win, simply comment below OR at this review's Facebook thread, located here. Drawing extended to December 22 Warm …

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Guest Post: The Culture and Adaptability of Space Settlement (Richard Abbott)

Author Richard Abbott has some great December Deals, with 99c/99p novels and a Goodreads giveaway! Don't miss out! As I started to write this, the European Space Agency was coming to terms with the loss of the Schiaparelli Mars lander. A breaking news item had just shown a picture captured by another satellite - NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter …

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