Saturday, November 1, 2014

Sci-Fi month 2014 IS HERE!



It's finally November, and that means Sci-fi month is here! For those of you who are new to the party, Sci-fi month is where a bunch of blogs post about different things related to science fiction. This can be anything from favorite books to quizzes to sci-fi reviews to discussions about technology that used to be fiction and is now fact. Some blogs are also doing giveaways, so look out for that! Whether you're new to science fiction or already a die-hard fan, this month is going to be a lot of fun.

If you're participating this month, link me to your posts if you stop by and I'll be sure to check them out! Even if you aren't posting anything on your blogs, you can join in the discussion on twitter with #RRscifimonth.

So what can you expect from Snowflakes & Spider silk?

Last year I talked about sci fi worlds I'd want to live in and posted some recommendations. This year I've planned out even more fun stuff, so (in no particular order) here's a list of what you can look forward to!

An interview with filmmaker, author, and playwright, Guy Hasson
A super fantastic science fiction subgenre flowcart (Triple SF for short ;) )
Reviews of science fiction books like Timebound
A discussion post on one of my pet peeves in science fiction
Some fantastic science fiction art and artists
My thoughts on HP Lovecraft

What are you looking forward to for sci-fi month? Are you an expert or a newbie or someone in between?




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14 comments:

  1. Little Red / AndreaNovember 1, 2014 at 12:43 PM

    Looking forward to lots of fantastic posts from you! Guy Hasson is super cool, and HP Lovecraft stuff is a lot of fun (and weird as hell).

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  2. I can't wait to see your posts!! Should be a great month.

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  3. Yay! I am so excited for sci-fi month to start. I am really curious about that sci-fi subgenre flowchart you mentioned and the post about your pet peeves. I have a discussion post planned for each week and some reviews. It's going to be fun!

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  4. Oo, I'm so excited to see the flow chart :D I feel like sci-fi in particular has a lot of subgenres and I can't always keep them straight D:

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  5. This is my first Sci-Fi month! And I'm so excited. Can't wait to read more of your posts for this month :)

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  6. I haven't actually read the HP Lovecraft book yet, but it's next on my list! Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. I'm excited for everyone else's posts too! I'm pretty much just stalking twitter for SF month posts haha

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  8. That flowchart took me so long to make. I really hope the formatting works out because I made it too wide for my blog...hehe
    Cool, I'll be sure to stop by!

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  9. Yeah, there *are* a lot of subgenres! That chart was fun to make :)

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  10. Hooray! I'm excited to see your posts too :)

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  11. Pet peeves in sci-fi... that should be fun and interesting :) It's one of those things where I think I don't have any but as soon as I see your list I'll probably be, "yup. yup. oh yeah totally." Because that's how those things usually go :)

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  12. haha yeah I read a string of books that all had the same thing bug me so I just had to write a post about it! I'm looking forward to see if other people agree with me or if I'm the only one haha

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  13. Wow, looks like you've got a lot of stuff planned! Should be interesting... curious about your Lovecraft post. Iconic racists, sigh.

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  14. Yay, so many wonderful things planned! :) Can't wait for the flowchart, I considered something similar myself but never got round to it.

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