It’s going well so far…
February is going to be another busy reading month. I’ll be participating in Faebruary again this year and I’ve already posted my TBR and plan for that. You can find that here. Even though it’s a full months-long readathon I’ve decided to separate the TBR. One of my goals is to do at least five readathons. Once I come to do a summary post of that I will have separate TBR and wrap-up post for them all.
So this post is only featuring my non-fae books. And basically what’s left are the 6 ARCs. Two of those are fairly short reads so it should be straight forward.
Let’s dive in!
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My TBR for January would have been doable if I didn’t get disrupted in the end by my mum visiting. It’s really nice to have a visitor in my new home, but I do have a mile long TBR that needs reading… So there are now leftovers.
Do You Dream of Terra-Two? by Temi Oh – 7th March 2019 – really enjoying this! The language is filled with little gems 🙂 I wish I could just wrap myself in blankets and read it. I’m almost halfway through.
Transgressive: A Trans Woman On Gender, Feminism and Politics by Rachel Anne Williams – 21st May 2019 – Slowly getting through this too. It’s a very interesting book and point of view, and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I really like that the author has a background in philosophy and can, therefore, get in deep for all the questions and arguments. I’m almost halfway through.
Godblind by Anna Stephens – Considering I’m reading the sequel as an ARC this month, I thought it was about time to read the first book…
I posted a separate blog on how I picked these which you can find here. Its a bit delayed but I’m pushing through.
New Suns: Original Speculative Fiction by People of Colour edited by Nisi Shawl – an anthology of speculative fiction by AOC. I’m all for speculative fiction 🙂 This will be my first anthology of the year.
Women of Resistance: Poems for a New Feminism edited by Danielle Barnhart and Iris Mahan – a selection of poetry and my first poetry collection of the year. This should be a quick read.
Darksoul (Godblind #2) by Anna Stephens – sequel to Godblind. This came out several months ago but I never got to it.
A Quick and Easy Guide to Queer and Trans Identities by J. R. Zuckerberg and Mady G – I can’t wait to read this! It looks so fun on the front and I’ve heard a couple of good things about it.
The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke – I’ve heard mixed stuff about this book but I’m still interested as I expect this to be pretty much a female version of Beowulf.
The A to Z of Gender and Sexuality: From Ace to Ze by Morgan Potts – this will be my new non-fiction lunch book as I finish Transgressive last month.
Have you read any of these? What did you think?
What’s on your February TBR?