I wanted to do another yearly roundup of my 2016 reading related activities; as I did last year I have been keeping track over at The Second Apocalypse Forums. So thanks to the posters over there for their participation. Yearly Targets for keeping track of my overall target and any particular books I wanted to read. You can see … Continue reading 2016: SilentRoamer by the numbers.
I recently posted an article about the importance of community and not being isolated into a readership of one. One of the sites I mentioned was SFFChronicles, shortened by its frequent visitors to the Chrons, possible the largest online SFF Forum and rapidly approaching 2 million posts! I took some time to speak with Brian Turner the … Continue reading SFFChronicles – Brian Turner interview by SilentRoamer
For a long time as an SFF reader I didn't speak to many other SFF readers, my meagre interactions were limited to a local market trader (who I bought many great books from but who sadly moved on) and a few friends who read erratically despite all of the fantastic books i loaned them and for which they had never asked to borrow. To my continued … Continue reading The importance of online and not so online communities – by SilentRoamer
Time is such a fickle thing, watching the clock tick down to a holiday and the hands seem to move through treacle, when ticking down for a looming deadline they seem rocket fuelled.
At the end of another year I wanted to summarise my reading related activities but rather than go into specific musings I decided to do a by the numbers approach and just detail some stats and figures.
SilentRoamer: Firstly, thanks for submitting Inish Carraig for review, it was an enjoyable read and thanks for taking the time for this interview. Jo Zebedee: It was a pleasure to be asked and to receive such a thoughtful review. SR: I wanted to get a bit more information on the person behind the work. What would you say your … Continue reading An interview with Jo Zebedee by SilentRoamer