***2015 Vintage Bingo Challenge Change Alert: due to financial constraints, I am forced to revise my prize offerings for 2015. Please see the original challenge post via the Headquarters link for details.***

I hope you will check out the new Super Book Password Challenge. Everyone is welcome to guess the Password. We now have a winner on Bev's Super Password--Congrats, Ryan! Clues still open on Ryan's and Debbie's Passwords.

Some of Bev's Favorite Quotes...

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Science Fiction Experience Wrap Up

Back in December I signed up for the Science Fiction Experience, sponsored by Carl V. I knew that I had several SF books on the docket for this year--between my Mt. TBR Challenge and the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen--so I just moved the bulk of them up in the piles to the beginning of the year.
(The Experience ran from January 1, 2012-February 29, 2012). I originally thought I might get about four books finished and I've managed to do almost three times that! Considering that Goodreads still says I'm 10 books behind, I think that's pretty darn good.

Books Completed:
1. My Name is Legion by Roger Zelazny (1/4/12)
2. Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne (2/14/12)
3. The First Men in the Moon by H. G. Wells (2/5/12)
4. The Future on Ice by Orson Scott Card (ed) 2/15/12)
5. Prayers to Broken Stones by Dan Simmons (1/14/12)
6. Murder & Magic by Randall Garrett (1/28/12)
7. The Masks of Time by Robert Silverberg (1/16/12)
8. The Jesus Incident by Frank Herbert & Bill Ransom (2/29/12)
9. Future Crime by Cynthia Mason & Charles Ardai, eds. (1/23/12)
10. The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells (1/9/12)
11. Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett (1/19/12)


Gina @ Hott Books said...

Another one bites the dust?
Oh! I so want to read 20,000 leagues under the sea & the invisible man this year. Once again you're leading me through the abyss known as my library!
Congrats!! I'm rooting for you!

Bev Hankins said...

Thanks, Gina! Two down. Only 30-something to go.... :-)

Cath said...

You did really well. I only managed three but plan to keep on reading sci-fi through the year.