Well, I am loving this reading challenge from the Insatiable Booksluts, although I am sure that I am spending too much time doing it and not enough time studying!
So here, is the update of The Genre buster challenge:
Hugo Award (sci-fi/fantasy); Goblin Reservation, Clifford D Simak. Got half way through when I was ill, now I have no idea what has happened, or where I am up to, so I will have to start again. Sigh.
Nebula Award for Novels (sci-fi/fantasy); so far I don’t seem to have chosen one!
World Fantasy Award; not this one! Maybe when I have finished the two that I have done.
Bram Stoker Best Novel Award (horror); The Travelling Vampire Show, Richard Layman. Read, and finished today, so I will do the review soon.
Aurealis award for best horror novel; The Pilo Family Circus, Will Elliot. Read, review written, but not posted
Crime Writers’ Association’s Gold Dagger (crime fiction); The Broken Shore, Peter Temple. Not started yet.
Mystery Writers of America; Dark Adapted Eye, Barbara Vine/Ruth Rendell. Read, review written, but not posted
Blimey, I really do have a lot of posts stacked up in the drafts queue. I didn’t want to flood you with them!
Lessons learnt? Don’t order all of the books at once, it creates unnecessary pressure on top of the other reading that I do. My library is super efficient.