My first on-time wrap-up post! How exciting 🙂 While I’ve done a lot of great reading this month and still have a fantastic pile of books to look forward to, I’m sad to say that I’ve not done a great job of reading for my challenges. Although in general, I think that’s less important than enjoying my reading, I did pick challenges reflecting what I’d like to be reading more of, especially diverse and translated fiction. As is, I’ve been letting myself be driven by ARCs I have and I’ve not done a good enough job of thoughtfully selecting books that meet my reading goals. Hopefully next month will be better!
I’ve done slightly less reading than last month, but I’m still very happy to have made time for 10 books.
- In the Land of Armadillos
- The Opposite of Everyone
- No Ordinary Life
- Why We Came to the City
- Motions and Moments
- A Tyranny of Petticoats
My most popular post this month was my giveaway of In the Land of Armadillos and to that I say, you have good taste! I really enjoyed that book.
Reading Headstrong last month made me realize how little I know about women in science history, so I’m going to celebrate March Women’s History Month by doing something about that! This list of book recommendations seems like a great place to start.
I’m also excited to finally be picking up Missoula for my March nonfiction read-along. I’m sure it’s going to be a tough read, but also worthwhile.
How was your February? Any interesting March plans?