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