TBR: Women’s History Month Readathon

Time for my TBR for the second readathon I’ll be participating in during March!

This readathon, as you might imagine, is all about reading books written by women. You can read the full details at the creator’s blog, Weird Zeal, and follow the readathon on Twitter.

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The prompts are organized in a bingo card format. I’ve picked books for most, but not all, of the prompts. For this readathon, books can count for multiple prompts. Some of the books I plan to read also fill prompts for Sims-A-Thon.

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To Ride Pegasus by Anne McCaffrey
Book published before you were born

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Girls Made of Snow and Glass by by Melissa Bashardoust
Book with “girl” or “woman” in the title
Book with a female villain
A retelling
A debut novel

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The Love Spell by Phyllis Curott
Book with less than 1,000 ratings on Goodreads
A biography or memoir
Reread an old favorite

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Come a Stranger by Cynthia Voigt
Book with a woman of color on the cover

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The Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Lucky by Mackenzi Lee
Book set over 100 years ago
Book set outside your home country (USA)

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Stay by Nicola Griffith
Book with a pink cover

Prompts I don’t have a book for yet:
Book by a trans author
Book with two or more female authors
Book with a movie or TV adaptation
Book by an indigenous author

What books do you recommend for those last four prompts?

5 thoughts on “TBR: Women’s History Month Readathon”

  1. Yay, I’m so glad you’re joining in! 😀 These look like some great books – Gentleman’s Guide to Getting Lucky is fun and ridiculous, and Girls Made of Snow and Glass is one that I’ve had my eye on for a while. Happy reading!

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