Jul. 6th, 2015

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Hello, mid-2015! We meet again, mid-year, WAY TOO SOON! 2015's been an interesting year so far, full of a lot of things I thought I would love but didn't (Avengers!) and some things I love that I never expected (Bone Gap!). This is the time where I'd generally be going, "Oh no! HUGO DEADLINE!" but we all know what happened in that particular clubhouse, so I actually only need to read The Three Body Problem and I'll be done (it's gonna have to knock my socks off to get more than my third slot, though). It's opened up my opportunities for July for sure, as I head into the second half of the year.

September's looming. Is anyone else both excited/terrified for the books coming out in September? Even August is starting to make me a little nervous. Read more... )


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