Friday, March 1, 2013

Completing: The 2013 Science Fiction Experience

Wow, February is over already? The month just flew by and that means my participation in The 2013 Science Fiction Experience hosted by the gracious and enthusiastic Carl V from Stainless Steel Droppings is over too.

I had a fantastic time during January and February indulging my love of science fiction. It's unfortunate that my month of February was such that I was not able to read and/or review all the books on my list. Like last year, I ended up wishing for just one more month. . . this has become such a fabulous experience that I just didn't want it to end. But, there's always next year, right?

Here's a list of all reviews and related posts:

Andre Norton: Sargasso of Space (Solar Queen #1)
Group Read: Dragonflight (Pern #1) by Anne McCaffrey (Parts I & II)
Group Read: Dragonflight (Pern #1) by Anne McCaffrey (Parts III & IV)
Sci Fi Books Old and New: When the price is right
Andre Norton: Storm Over Warlock (Forerunners, Book #1)
Plague Ship (Solar Queen #1) by Andre Norton (Not reviewed but recommended)
Review: Wool Omnibus (Wool #1 - #5) by Hugh Howey
The Human Division #1: The B-Team by John Scalzi
The Human Division #2: Walk the Plank by John Scalzi
To Read: Jan/Feb 2013 SFF Releases & More
This n' That: Scalzi, Guy Mark Foster + Updates
On Basilisk Station (Honor Harrington #1) by David Weber

Thanks to Carl V and all my fellow participants. I had a fantastic time visiting, discussing books and authors these past couple of months, and more importantly adding more books to my ever-growing pile of books. Thank you all!


  1. WOW! Congrats for finishing your challenge!! :D that's a lot of Sci Fi

    1. Thank you Alex. Believe it or not I'm disappointed. I had 5 additional books on my list that I didn't get to read and review in February. But I had a great time participating and will read and review the books in my own time.

  2. I've loved reading your SF Experience posts - I've ended up reading more SF over the past couple of months as a result of them!

    I was hoping you'd read some more Lois McMaster Bujold this time round, but next year, right? ;-)


    1. Li, I'm so glad you enjoyed the posts, and that they inspired you to read more SF!

      I did plan to read more Bujold as well as some Tanya Huff and a few of the new SF releases in February. It's just too bad that my month was so darn complicated. I'm going to keep those books on my coffee table and make a point of reading them anyway. At the moment, I'm actually enjoying the first book of The Confederation of Valor omnibus by Tanya Huff. :)


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