How do you read a book like The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick? A collection compiled from thousands of pages of typed and handwritten notes, journal entires, letters, ...On November 24, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
The good folks at Book Riot advertised an interesting challenge at the beginning of 2015. Read harder! they said. But don’t stress. It’s a challenge not-a-challenge. So let’s ...On February 6, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
Welcome to the very first month of #shortsff, a diverse short fiction online reading club. Read more about the concept here. Read today’s story on Tor.com, then come ...On January 28, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
You’ve heard me moan about reading short fiction before, but you know what? Every single time I read a short story collection by a talented author I’m like ...On January 27, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
January is almost upon us and Carl of Stainless Steel Droppings and Andrea of Little Red Reviewer are both giving readers yet another reason to bathe in the ...On December 30, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
At the beginning of the week I handed out the 2014 awards, and now it’s time to *trumpets please* unveil the master list. I have never read this ...On December 30, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
There are a lot of classics readers doing up the internet, and I am fond of using their discussion questions and challenges on my own SFF reading. This ...On December 26, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
There is something about reading challenges that really satisfies the twitchy OCD-gremlin in my heart. I love reading (duh), and reading challenges turn what was already awesome, fun, ...On December 25, 2014 / By Nicolette Stewart
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