So, I know it’s now Friday and not Thursday but I am honestly so behind on everything this week, so play along with me and pretend it’s still Thursday? As its Sci-Fi Month, I wanted to do a Sci-Fi inspired book tag but couldn’t find one that I liked. As Sci-Fi Month has a great photo prompt challenge going on for this month, I thought I would adapt it into a book tag so that a) I could do a book tag and b) because I keep forgetting to do a photo for each daily prompt!
The prompts are by the wonderful imyril and deargeekplace
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TITLE: Blackfish City
AUTHOR: Sam J. Miller
RELEASED: April 2018; Ecco
GENRE: Science Fiction
KEY INFO: environmentalism, capitalism, wealth inequality, poverty, technology
REPRESENTATION: non-binary, queer, f/f, indigenous characters
CONTENT NOTICES: violence, death
amazon // book depository // goodreads
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Like all the preceding months of 2018, July had passed by in a blur and it was over before I knew it but this was also a super busy month for me so I’m not surprised! July was the month of moving house, attending YALC last weekend, and preparing for my sessions at Nine Worlds in just under 2 weeks. Because I moved house pretty much bang in the middle of July I wasn’t able to get as much reading done as I wanted to but I still passed my OWLs and achieved an ‘Outstanding’ grade!
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