[Sci-Fi Month Read Along] The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Week 4

We have arrived at the end of this Read Along, and almost at the end of this year’s Sci-Fi Month! It’s been wonderfully fun, and I want to thank everybody who took part in my first running of a Read Along – especially Claire and Chris, for co-hosting with me! You guys all rock. This […]

[Sci-Fi Month] Read Along: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Week 3

Week 3 of our Sci-Fi Month Read Along is here, and we’ve had a few surprises in this week’s chapters! Claire Rousseau is our host this week as we discuss “The Last War” to “October 25“, and as always, there will be major spoilers below!

[Sci-Fi Month] Read Along: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Week 2

Welcome to Week 2 of this Read Along! The first week went amazingly well, and it delights me to see so many people taking part and talking about this book. The feelings, they are warm and fuzzy! This week brings us to the halfway point of the book, as we cover “Port Coriol” to “Cricket” […]

[Sci-Fi Month] Read Along: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, Week 1

IT’S HERE! Welcome to the first week of my very first solo-organised Read Along! And I am so excited to finally start digging into this story and sharing my thoughts on it. This week we’re taking a look at Part 1 – “Transit” to “The Job” –¬†with my excitable self on hosting duties. In this […]

SciFi Month Update: Final schedule for The Long Way… Read Along

Hello all! So plans are progressing for this year’s SciFi Month, and good grief, November will be here before we know it! Here, then, is the finalised schedule for my special SciFi Month SF/F Read Along for The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet.

Upcoming Read Along: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet

The planning of various things is underway here for this year’s Sci-Fi Month, which I recently announced I will be co-hosting (details here) – and one thing I am hoping will really see some bookish participation is a Read Along that I’m putting together for The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, by Becky […]

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