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February Reading Wrap-Up

After a not-great January where I only finished 3 books, I had a bloody fantastic reading month in February.

I finished reading NINE books:

Holly Black – The Cruel Prince
Frederick Joseph – The Black Friend: On Being a Better White Person
Bill Bryson – Mother Tongue: The English Language
Madeline Miller – The Song of Achilles
David M Gwynn – The Roman Republic: A Very Short Introduction
Nicholas Cook – Music: A Very Short Introduction
Juliet Ashton – The Fall and Rise of Sadie McQueen
Talia Hibbert – A Girl Like Her
Ransom Riggs – Hollow City

56% fiction, 44% non-fiction
55% owned, 45% library and 55% physical 45% digital
The main genres I read were romance and history, followed by young adult, historical, fantasy and contemporary.

And my favourite book of the month is between Mother Tongue, The Fall and Rise of Sadie McQueen and A Girl Like Her. After a lot of careful deliberation, and rambling at Li, I think the single favourite would be A Girl Like Her.

My TBR for March 2023 looks something a little like:
Mary Beard – The Roman Triumph
Holly Black – The Wicked King
Mira Grant – Chimera
Alix E Harrow – The Once And Future Witches
Talia Hibbert – Untouchable
Taylor Jenkins Reid – Forever, Interrupted
Jenny Kane – Autumn Leaves at Mill Grange
Sarah J Maas – A Court of Mist and Fury
VE Schwab – Gallant
AF Steadman – Skandar and the Unicorn Thief

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