December, 2010

DatePost TitleAuthorWorkSeries
Wed Dec 1: Innocent Bystander: Some thoughts on Lois McMaster Bujold's Ivan Vorpatril [Post] [Lois McMaster Bujold]
Thu Dec 2: SFContario Panel: The family trees of fantasy [Post]
Fri Dec 3: Ever outward: Robert A. Heinlein's Have Space Suit, Will Travel [Post] [Robert A. Heinlein] [Have Space Suit, Will Travel]
Sun Dec 5: Hugo Nominees: 1960 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Dec 6: Around the Horn: Patrick O'Brian's The Far Side of the World [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [The Far Side of the World] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Tue Dec 7: Dark ages and doubt: Walter M. Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz [Post] [Walter M. Miller] [A Canticle for Leibowitz]
Thu Dec 9: Knotwork and custom: R.A. MacAvoy's The Book of Kells [Post] [R.A. MacAvoy] [The Book of Kells]
Fri Dec 10: Smug messiah: Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land [Post] [Robert A. Heinlein] [Stranger in a Strange Land]
Sun Dec 12: Hugo Nominees: 1961 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Dec 13: Rode his luck to death: Patrick O'Brian's The Reverse of the Medal [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [The Reverse of the Medal] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Wed Dec 15: A girl on a haunted spaceship: C.J. Cherryh's Merchanter's Luck [Post] [C.J. Cherryh] [Merchanter's Luck]
Fri Dec 17: Worth waiting for: Patrick Rothfuss's The Wise Man's Fear [Post] [Patrick Rothfuss] [The Wise Man's Fear]
Sun Dec 19: Hugo Nominees: 1962 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Mon Dec 20: He was a stranger: Patrick O'Brian's The Letter of Marque [Post] [Patrick O'Brian] [The Letter of Marque] [Aubrey-Maturin reread]
Wed Dec 22: Not born to be a heroine: Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey [Post] [Jane Austen] [Northanger Abbey]
Sun Dec 26: Hugo Nominees: 1963 [Post] [Revisiting the Hugos]
Wed Dec 29: God is a spaceship: Sharon Shinn's Archangel [Post] [Sharon Shinn] [Archangel]
Fri Dec 31: Swiftly goes the swordplay: Poul Anderson's The Broken Sword [Post] [Poul Anderson] [The Broken Sword]

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