Sunday, December 2, 2018

#RRSciFiMonth November Wrap Up

November is over, which means that #RRSciFiMonth is now over! I feel like I didn't read and review as much as I wanted to. I also wanted to do more discussion posts, but I also was trying to do NANOWRIMO this year for the first time so I was splitting my free time trying to do both. Then Spyro Reignited came out, so I got sucked into that. So safe to say I FAILED at NANOWRIMO, but that's okay at least I tried. This wrap up post is going to be very scifi heavy since we are wrapping up the event! 

For December, I might be a little sparse on the blog. I'm a little behind on reviews and books for review requests, so I'm hoping to get some reviews posted, but I tend to go a little dark after SciFi Month, especially due to the Holidays. This year, I'm traveling again for Christmas, and I know I'm not going to have internet, so definitely not going to be writing a lot of posts then. Hopefully I can schedule stuff beforehand!


I have already picked a winner for my giveaway, and have emailed them, thanks to everyone that entered! Since it was a fun quiz to "Guess The Sci-Fi Book" I figured I would give you all the answers. I thought I made this too hard, but seems like you all were really good at this! I don't know why I was surprised!


  1. Star Wars:Leia, Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Gray
  2. The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie
  3. The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu
  4. Star Wars: Canto Bight
  5. A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers
  6. Prime Meridian by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
  7. Hullmetal Girls by Emily Skrutskie
  8. Red Rising Series by Pierce Brown
  9. Sleeping Giants Series by Sylvain Neuvel
  10. Saga comic series

This month for Deanna Listens, instead of pinning it down to one podcast, I talked about all the great sci-fi audio dramas I have recently discovered.


This month for Deanna Plays (HEY! I actually remembered to post about it!) I talked about all the sci-fi games I STILL haven't played.



There are SO many more posts that I think I missed during the event, but the SciFi Month account on twitter has done an awesome job cataloguing everything. Go Check it out!

Happy Reads Everyone!