What is your next SFF read? What made you choose it?
I appreciate this is a site for writers more than readers, but we do all read SFF so it seems not unreasonable to regularly check in on what other people may be reading around this time and what made them choose it.
For me, I'm about to start reading "The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet" by Becky Chambers and the reason why I picked it up is because I have heard so many people rave about it. Well, that and the cover are which is particularly gorgeous. I'll be interested to see what comes of it.
sorry but real Science takes the lead.Try Carlo Rovelli "REALITY IS NOT WHAT IT SEEMS".
I'm working on a poem regarding information, Quantum Gravity and Thermal Time that I intend to send to him.That format allows me to work without the strictures of prose and high level mathematics. He seem to be the type of person who will understand it.
"Weirdspace: The Devil's Nebula" by Eric Brown. Why? I got hold of a copy of "Weird Space: The Star of the Sea" by Una McCormack in a charity shop, but decided to read Brown's book first to help set the scene. I do that quite regularly, which is why my book collection just keeps expanding and my 'to-read' list never diminishes.
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