A Book Reviewers Linkup Meme

John from Grasping for the Wind is updating his blogroll of Fantasy and SciFi reviewers and is asking for help. This is what he has to say:

My list of fantasy and sf book reviewers is woefully out of date. I need your help to fix that. But rather than go through the hassle of having you send me recommendations or sticking them in comments, what you can do is take the following list and stick it on your website, then add yourself to the list, preferably in alphabetical order. That way, I will be able to track it across the web from back links, and can add each new blog to my roll as it comes along. So take this list, add it to your blog, and add a link to your blog on it. If you are already on the list, repost this meme at your blog so others can see it, and find new blogs from the links others put up on their blogs. Everybody wins! Be sure to send the list around to others as well. There is an easy to copy window of all the links and text at the bottom of this post to make it even simpler to do.
I would be ever so grateful if you would help me out.

We were not sure whether we should add ourselves to the list but Heather from The Galaxy Express gave us a nudge (thank you, Heather!) and here we are!

The Accidental Bard
A Dribble Of Ink
Adventures in Reading
The Agony Column
The Antick Musings of G.B.H. Hornswoggler, Gent.
Barbara Martin
Bibliophile Stalker
Blood of the Muse
The Book Smugglers
The Book Swede
Breeni Books
Cheaper Ironies [pro columnist]
Cheryl’s Musings
Critical Mass
Dark Wolf Fantasy Reviews
Darque Reviews
Dave Brendon’s Fantasy and Sci-Fi Weblog
The Deckled Edge
Dragons, Heroes and Wizards
Dusk Before the Dawn
Enter the Octopus
Eve’s Alexandria
Fantasy Book Critic
Fantasy Cafe
Fantasy Debut
Fantasy Book Reviews and News
Fantasy and Sci-fi Lovin’ Blog
The Fix
The Foghorn Review
From a Sci-Fi Standpoint
The Galaxy Express
Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review
Grasping for the Wind
The Green Man Review
Highlander’s Book Reviews
Jumpdrives and Cantrips
Literary Escapism
Michele Lee’s Book Love
Monster Librarian
Mostly Harmless Books
My Favourite Books
Neth Space
OF Blog of the Fallen
The Old Bat’s Belfry
Outside of a Dog
Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist
Piaw’s Blog
Post-Weird Thoughts
Publisher’s Weekly
Reading the Leaves
Realms of Speculative Fiction
Rob’s Blog o’ Stuff
SF Diplomat
Sci-Fi Songs [Musical Reviews]
Severian’s Fantastic Worlds
SF Gospel
SF Reviews.net
SF Revu
SF Signal
SF Site
SFF World’s Book Reviews
Silver Reviews
Speculative Fiction Junkie
Speculative Horizons
Sporadic Book Reviews
Stella Matutina
The Sword Review
Tangent Online
Temple Library Reviews
Tor.com [also a publisher]
The Road Not Taken
Urban Fantasy Land
Vast and Cool and Unsympathetic
Variety SF
Walker of Worlds
Wands and Worlds
The Wertzone
WJ Fantasy Reviews
The World in a Satin Bag

Foreign Language (other than English)

Cititor SF [Romanian, but with English Translation]

Elbakin.net [French]

We have been reading some Fantasy and SciFi and one of our New Year resolutions is to read a lot more. So I guess this is a good time as any to say that we start our new year Fantasy journey with a dare! Would you believe that? Our plan backfired when we dared Graeme from Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review to read volume one of the Sandman series by Neil Gaiman and he dared us back!*gasps*

It is the first time this happens and of course, we NEVER say no to a challenge (as Marty Mcfly would say NOBODY CALL US CHICKEN!). Graeme asked us to read ‘The Briar King’ by Greg Keyes, which he says is the opening of one of his favorite series. We really can’t wait to read it, so who is laughing now, ha Graeme? Graeme is our January guest dare so stay tuned!

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  • Heather
    December 13, 2008 at 5:23 am


  • SciFiGuy
    December 13, 2008 at 7:14 am

    You absolutely should be on the list πŸ™‚

  • Thea
    December 13, 2008 at 9:50 am

    Thanks again Heather πŸ™‚ Wow, there are so many new blogs on that list for us to check out.

    And thank you SciFiGuy!!! πŸ™‚

  • Graeme Flory
    December 15, 2008 at 3:51 am

    Dammit… you weren’t meant to look forward to it… *sigh*


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