Tuesday, April 22, 2014

A to Z April - S: Science Fiction





Today I'm going to share some of my favorite science fiction stories.  As a former science teacher, I have problems with some science fiction that is just too unbelievable.  But I also have my favorite areas of science, paleontology, space, biology, etc.  In honor of it being Tuesday, I will list 10 today for Top 10 Tuesday.  Won't give any comments, just show the covers so it will be a quick scroll through post for my fellow A to Z'ers.  Now, I know some people may not consider all of these to be "true" science fiction, but these are the things I consider to be science fiction.  And I will pick some maybe less well known ones in case you're looking for a new read!


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Wow, and I didn't even include any dinosaur books!  So many more I could share.  Do you read science fiction?  Do you have any favorite authors you think I should look into?

 
 
 

8 comments:

  1. I think the only science fiction books I enjoyed are the Hitchhiker's guide series by Douglas Adams, and Jules Vernes when I was a kid. I like both science and fiction, but the mix of it is not my favorite >:)

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    1. I think I read the first Douglas Adams book, and liked it. I do love Jules Verne as well. Thanks for visiting!

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  2. Science fiction- great topic! Several of these looks good, especially Mammoth. I may have to check that one out.

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    1. Yeah, that one had some really unique story twists in it, at least I felt it did. Thanks for visiting!

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  3. I love love science fiction and so many on your list I haven't read, so I'm gonna be adding them to my list for sure!
    Thanks for this list, Lisa!

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    1. Great! Hope you always get good stuff from my posts. So glad you stopped by!

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  4. Loving your blog. Lots of details on the books! How do you find the time! I'm not much of a scifi/ufo lover, but I always love hearing people who are into a topic talk about it.

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    1. Well, I finally got a library job, so no longer have the grading and lesson planning I had as a teacher. I went to seasonal at my part time job, so have more time, although I may need to go back to that for more money! I have just tried to commit myself to my blog this year, mainly because I've gotten so many good things from doing this. Thanks so much for visiting!

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