Sci Fi Month Wrap Up

30th November 2016
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And it’s the end of Sci Fi Month!

I’ve had so much fun writing these Sci Fi posts and getting to share them with you and read everyone else’s Sci Fi posts. I actually just love Sci Fi a lot, so it was really cool getting to be apart of this. Thank you to Rinn Reads & Over the Effing Rainbow for hosting this awesome month!

I do wish I had been able to share more posts and interact with everyone a lot more this month, but for some reason I hit a wall and ended up in a blogging and reading slump. Perhaps it’s because this is such a busy, social time of the year? I’ve been busy every weekend this month leaving me only nights to blog, and by that stage I’m tired and just want to binge watch Netflix (Can you believe I only just started getting into Dexter last week?! I’m hooked!).

I hope you all enjoyed the Sci Fi posts this month!

Check out my Sci Fi related content below!

Book Reviews


  1. [5 Nov] - Deadline by Mira Grant
  2. [11 Nov] - A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan
  3. [17 Nov] - Blackout by Mira Grant

Sci Fi Month Posts


  1. [1 Nov] - Sci Fi Month 2016
  2. [3 Nov] - My Favourite Sci Fi Movies
  3. [7 Nov] - My Favourite Sci-Fi TV Shows
  4. [9 Nov] - Sci Fi & Aliens
  5. [13 Nov] - The Different Sciences in Sci Fi
  6. [15 Nov] - Upcoming Sci Fi Books, TV & Movies
  7. [19 Nov] - Sci Fi & Superheroes

All Sci Fi posts


All Sci Fi month posts can be found on this Google Doc. Check them out! I haven’t had a chance to read them all yet but I’m hoping I’ll get that chance to catch up soon!

Bookstagram


I had a lot of fun creating Sci Fi related bookstagram photos this month, I hope you enjoyed them too.

Oh the slump


For me this month was a really slow month writing blog-content wise. I’ve had no motivation to read blogs or read books let alone write blog posts. I’m not even sure why. It’s lucky I had written all of my Sci Fi posts in advance, but now I have barely any content to post next month! December is also the busiest month of the year…

I have a feeling this will be a slow month blogging wise for me! And I’m really sorry about that, I’m going to slow the content right down because I’m so de-motivated right now! Better to be slow than post not so great content.

Around the Blogosphere


Books

Lara posted 5 things she wants to see in YA as a disabled reader
Ashleigh wonders if we can rate our fav books 5 stars if we have issues with them
Chiara discusses the art of DNF’ing
In lieu of the American election this month Alexandra posts the top 5 book characters she would nominate as a female president and Jill discusses terrible fictiotious leaders
Ashley explains why she thinks ARCS are overrated
Kourtni wonders if character deaths need to be meaningful
Puput discusses bookish pet peeves she can’t get over
Ezrah discusses things she’s learned from blogging: Part one & Part Two
The Paperback Girl discusses DNF’ing books
Reg talks bad reading habits
Molly discusses her fav non-romantic relationships in books
Ashleigh wonders if book blogs & booktube have become competitive
Puput discusses cliche things in books
Cait discusses how her reading habits have changed this year
Ashleigh asks: Do you read book reviews? 

Blogging

Molly discusses stock photos and explains why it’s okay to use them
Shannon discusses social media and how to measure its success
Reg discusses time management for bloggers
Reg discusses blogging lessons she’s thankful she’s learned
Ashley explains why you shouldn’t rely on your host to back up your site

How-To

Alice tabs her books, she explains why and how she does it!
Zoe shares how to keep a book journal
The Bookavid explains how to enjoy a problematic book and not be a jerk about it
Briana shares how to write more posts about books without reading more
Molly shares how she uses bloglovin’
Puput discusses how to write effective dicussion posts
Kristen shares how she organises her posts using a spreadsheet

Other

Paula shares what feminism means to her
Carina shares a downloadable spreadsheet that keeps track of your reading stats!

Mentions

Briana and Krysta featured my blog as apart of sharing their fav book bloggers this month. Thanks guys, I love your blog too!


How was your month? Did you participate in Sci Fi month too? I can’t believe it’s December already!

Always,
Jordon

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8 responses to “Sci Fi Month Wrap Up

  1. I missed Sci Fi month and NaNoWriMo this year… *Strangled sob*. But I understand your slump, I couldn’t find the motivation to post anything lately. I was so disconnected from the blogosphere this month. But it’s officially Christmas season now! Hopefully that’ll help. 🙂

    • I love Christmas! But it’s the busiest time of them year, I love to go out and experience all of the Christmas-y stuff like Christmas markets, ice skating, Christmas themed parties etc. I wish I had more time to blog because I really want to be blogging but I just can’t fit it all in…
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  2. Your instagram images are too cool with the sci-fi theme. I am following you on Instagram. This was my first time participating in scifi month and I really enjoyed reading everyone’s posts.

  3. I totally feel with you the blogging slump. I’ve been struggling on and off for a couple of months. I feel like stepping back or taking a break is definitely the best thing though. It’s better than forcing yourself to blog and then becoming completely burnt out. I really enjoyed the sci-month posts you put up 😀 And your bookstagram is stunning ?

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