Monday, December 12, 2011

January is Vintage SF Month

The Little Red Reviewer is hosting a not-a-challenge event during January, where readers are encouraged to dive into some vintage sci-fi. I am eager to participate, as I have been meaning to read some older novels and just have not gotten to it, so this is the perfect excuse! She's defining vintage as anything published before 1979. Hence, here is my reading plan for the month of January:

1. Watership Down by Richard Adams
2. Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny
3. I, Robot by Isaac Asimov
4. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams (which just makes it past the guidelines as it was published in 1979)

Care to join us for this event? Please do! You can read one book, you can read twenty--it's really up to you. Let's have some good old fashioned fun this January.


  1. Oooh - that's a pretty awesome list! I have TGOFAT on my table, she's third on the list. Hope you get some reading done!

  2. haha I had to look that acronym up to figure out you were talking about The Girl of Fire and Thorns! It does look good, and I've heard some great things about it. Thanks for dropping by!