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TTT #164 – Great (Online) Places to Find Your Sci-Fi Recs

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And for that Top Ten Tuesday (as always, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) gives us a Thanksgiving freebie. I struggled with what I wanted to do for this topic. I did a thankful for these people kind of post last year and we already did a blogs to follow a few months ago. But then I decided to combine it with sci-fi month.

And here we are. Thank you shout out to La La in the Library for helping me out with this list when I was drawing a blank.

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B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog

Book Store Blog
As a (US) book store they of course have quite a bit of knowledge on what is coming out and what is creating genuine buzz.

Unbound Worlds

Website / Penguin Random House
This is a website owned by Penguin Random House that focuses on all things sci-fi and fantasy. I do think it focuses more on the big mainstream than on the littles but even so I think this is a great place to start.

Oog op de Toekomst

Book Blog / Dutch
Marcia started Oog op de Toekomst  (which translates to Eye on the Future) to blog about dystopians and other sci-fi stories. If you are Dutch and you want to find different kinds of dystopians than The Hunger Games, this is the place to be. She often reads and reviews books I haven’t heard of before.

Lettuce_Read

Bookstagram
Maraia from Lettuce_Read is someone who reads many different things. But I also know her to read some more smaller sci-fi books like Failure to Communicate. So be sure to check out what she reads and posts about. You can also find her at Buecher Monster.

Tor

Website
I think if you are a bit active in the sci-fi and/or fantasy book world you will know about Tor.

Book Haven

Book Blog
Greg is your go to for sci-fi. From newer to older sci-fi, he will find some great recs for you. And he is of course a great person too!

Crini

Bookstagram
I know Crini mostly from bookstagram and she reads mostly adult SFF. You are for sure going to find some great recs here.

Fortified by Books

Book Blog
Fortified by Books hosted the Sci-Fi Summer Reading Challenge this year and you should be able to find some great recs there. The blogger themselves also seems to have a preference for SFF.

The Little Red Reviewer

 Book Blog
Andrea hosts the Vintage Sci-Fi Not a Challenge every January where the focus on vintage sci-fi books. A great place to find some older Sci-Fi!

Sci-Fi & Scary

Book Blog
A blog that focuses mainly on horror and Sci-fi and is run by a team of 4 bloggers. This is obviously a great place to find some different kind of sci-fi.

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27 thoughts on “TTT #164 – Great (Online) Places to Find Your Sci-Fi Recs

  1. I do check out the B&N blog from time to time (and Tor too) but I’ve never been to Unbound Worlds! I will definitely be checking that out! And oh my gosh thanks for the shout out! I was kinda shocked when I saw my blog on your list- but thank you haha! Good company to be in. 🙂

    And I love Little red Reviewer’s SciFi Not A Challenge- that is always fun. 🙂

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  2. Great list! I read a lot more fantasy than sci-fi, so there are definitely some places on here I need to check out for more recommendations.

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  3. Somehow I got kind of bogged down with my personal reading this year, even though I didn’t request as many ARCs as I usually do. Maybe it was because I was trying to get backlist ARCs read, I don’t know, but I will be putting this list to good use next year, for sure. 👍✨

    Thanks for the shout out. 💜✨

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