Wow, February just flew by! I feel like the month has generally been busy, but the last few weeks, I’ve been helping run social media for the Silicon Valley March for Science and that’s taken a lot of my free time. (Shameless plug – If you support science-based policy, please check out our twitter account!) As a result, I’ll do my best to keep up with the blog, but it might be a little slower. That’s my big news and it means I’ve been doing less reading, but I am very happy with how intentionally I’ve been choosing my reading.
Like I said, a slow month! Only 8 books. It’s been a good reading year so far though. I’ve had a lot of 5 star reads.
- How to Retire the Cheapskate Way
- Systematic: How Systems Biology Is Transforming Modern Medicine
- Dragon Springs Road
- The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir
- The Possessions
- Eye on the Struggle: Ethel Payne, the First Lady of the Black Press
- The Left Hand of Darkness
My top post this month was actually one of my Nonfiction Friday posts this month. It must have been a good one!
In March, I’m incredibly excited for my Women In Science History event! It should be a lot of fun.