The Sci-Fi Summer Readathon ended last night.
From Seasons of Reading:
Since Sci-Fi is a very specific genre, this will be strictly reading science fiction during the event. However, since fantasy is so closely related to science fiction, if you feel more comfortable reading fantasy, that is also fine.
I enjoy genre specific readathons. They either give me a chance to wallow in the genres I love or pull books off my shelf that I’ve wanted to read but are a little outside of my box. Sci-fi falls into that second category. I finished one of the four book I started, but should finish the others within the next few days, so I consider that a success.
Time listened: 11 hrs 31 mins
Pages read: 151
Finished: The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi
Started: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers (at 2 hrs 8 mins), Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty (on page 131), and Sign of the Unicorn by Roger Zelazny (on page 20; only started because I had misplaced Six Wakes)
Thanks for joining us, Carol. You got some good reading in. I hope you enjoyed it. I’m thinking of doing two weeks next year. 🙂
Hope to see you for High Summer in July!
I would love two weeks. One is just a bit too short for me. I’ll definitely be participating in High Summer.