Since the books from Black History month worked out so well, I thought I would try to do it again for Women’s History Month. Of course, I have a lot of books written by women, so I tried to whittle it down to the four books. It was really hard because there is so much I want to read. Here’s my final four.
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis. It’s funny because before I chose this book, I saw nothing but accolades for it, but after I chose it, I’ve been seeing a lot of harsher critiques. I’m trying to go in with an open mind and make my own decision.
Commonwealth by Ann Patchett. A friend recommended it a year ago and it has been sitting on my shelf for a while, so I’m finally going to read it. I read a collection of her essays which were okay, but I’m hoping to enjoy her fiction more.
The Vanishing Stair by Maureen Johnson. The second book in the Truly Devious series. I read the first on towards the end of last year so excited to continue this mystery!
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I’m a little intimidated about this book, but I really love Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights so I am interested to see how much I like her sister’s novel.
What are you reading this month?