November Reading Plans
Posted November 1, 2014on:
My bookshelves are overfull and sagging. I’ve resorted to stacking books on top of the bookshelves, and against the wall in the bedroom. Here’s one such group of stacks:
If you look closely, you can see there are stacks behind this stack. I’ve read maybe half of these books. My reward for getting through my reading plans* for November will be that I can start making progress on the unread books in this stack (highest priority is the Bear and the Watts).
As it’s SciFi November, I’ll be focusing on science fiction reviews and interviews this month, although we all know I’ll sneak in some fantasy, and probably some other random stuff too. My November reading plans look like this:
Regeneration by Julie Czerneda and Hawk by Steven Brust (I’m reviewing Hawk for SFSignal)
Unseaming by Mike Allen (did you see his guest post?), Heretics of Dune (dust jacket was lost a long time ago) and Burning Paradise by Robert Charles Wilson
And on the kindle I’ve got an eArc of The Genome, the newest novel from Sergei Lukyanenko.
*for those of you who don’t know me, “reading plans” usually go out the window as soon as I see something shiny. That Sergei Lukyanenko eARC is a perfect example of Shiny.
what are your plans for this month? do they get upended by something shiny as easily as mine do?