Get Ready for #SciFiMonth 2022!
It’s that time of the year again! November is upon us, which means so is Sci-Fi Month! Hosted by Lisa of Dear Geek Place and imyril of There’s Always Room For One More, the event enters its tenth year in 2022 and once more The BiblioSanctum will be participating.
Starting today, we’ll be joining other bloggers, authors, and readers in a month-long celebration of everything science fiction. But that doesn’t mean we’ll stop covering all our other favorite genres! You will most definitely continue to see our usual reviews, weekly memes and features, spotlights, and all that other fun stuff. The only difference is, some of our reviews and posts will branch off from the usual to encompass the various mediums of science fiction.
The organizers have also arranged for some pretty exciting features like giveaways, readalongs, and a whole lot of other fun activities. So if this is something you’re interested in taking part of, head on over to the Google form to sign up.
Also, the great thing about Sci-Fi Month is that it’s a casual, low-pressure event. It has no deadlines, no specific challenges or quotas to meet–just a month of fun to enjoy, discuss, and share everything science fiction. Sci-Fi Month is whatever you make it, and you are welcome to join anytime.
As for my plans, I’ll most likely be playing things by ear. Unlike the last couple of years though, I have made a reading list already, and have even gotten started on a few of these books! Here’s what I hope to be covering this month, a mix of new releases and catch-up titles from earlier this year:
I’ll also be doing my best to keep up my regular features like Waiting on Wednesdays and keep them sci-fi themed, and who knows, I may even get some time to tackle an event challenge or two! Just look for the posts tagged with “SciFi November” or containing the SciFi Month images and hashtags to see how I’m getting involved.
So what are you waiting for? Grab the #SciFiMonth banner (created by artist Simon Fetscher) and come explore the wonders of science fiction with us! Also be sure to follow the event on Twitter @SciFiMonth so you won’t miss a thing. In the meantime, feel free to let us know:
How long have you been a fan of science fiction?
Why do you like sci-fi and what is your favorite thing about it?
What are your favorite books/games/films/TV shows in the genre?
What are your plans for Sci-Fi Month?