Women’s History Month Readathon TBR

Have you heard the news? I’m hosting a readathon in March: the Women’s History Month Readathon! The goal is to read books written by women during the month of March, and if you want to find out more about it, check out the announcement post.

I’ve created a bingo board of challenges for this readathon, and today I’m going to be talking about all of the books I hope to read over the course of the month. Here are the challenges:

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I’ve managed to create a TBR of nine books that allow me to hit almost all of the challenges! The only one I don’t have a book for is a book with a female villain because honestly it’s often hard to tell before you read the book. Let me know if you know if any of the books on my TBR have a female villain!

Now here are all of the books I plan to read for this readathon and the challenges they fulfill…

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Hurricane Season by Nicole Melleby

  • less than 1k ratings on Goodreads
  • debut

The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White

  • pink cover
  • retelling

My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, & Jodi Meadows

  • two or more female authors
  • set over 100 years ago

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Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

  • published before you were born
  • has a movie/TV adaptation
  • “girl” or “woman” in the title

Unbowed: A Memoir by Wangari Maathai

  • biography or memoir

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

  • set outside your home country
  • woman of color on the cover

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Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse

  • indigenous author

All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

  • trans author

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

  • reread of old favorite

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If you want to join in with this readathon but you don’t have ideas for what books to read, you’re in luck: on Twitter, I’ve been creating recommendation threads for books that fit each challenge. There’s quite a bit of overlap between them as well, so you can find books that fit multiple challenges! Links to each thread are below:

books by trans authors Β πŸ“– Β  books with “girl” or “woman” in the title Β πŸ“– Β  books with less than 1k Goodreads ratings Β πŸ“– Β books with women of color on the covers Β πŸ“– Β books with a female villainΒ  πŸ“–Β  books with two or more female authors Β πŸ“– Β  books set over 100 years ago Β πŸ“– Β retellingsΒ  πŸ“– Β books with movie/TV adaptations Β πŸ“– Β  biographies and memoirs Β πŸ“–Β  books with pink coversΒ  πŸ“– Β books by debut authorsΒ  πŸ“– Β books by indigenous authors

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Are you planning to join the Women’s History Month Readathon? What books do you plan to read? Have you read any of the books on my TBR?

x Margaret

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20 thoughts on “Women’s History Month Readathon TBR

  1. Ooooooh you’re doing it again! I’ve been out of the loop, but I’m super excited. The prompts that have are super amazing too – I’m excited for loads of your books as well. Hurricane Season was amazing, and Race to the Sun and Mexican Gothic are both in books I need to read ASAP. Great post and good luck!!

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  2. Okay, this looks super amazing! I will definitely be joining! I’m already making a mental list of books to read in my head, haha πŸ˜…

    I wasn’t even aware Women’s History Month was a thing, so thanks for bringing it to my attention. I love having monthly themes and just reading this has already inspired me with a bunch of post ideas. Ahh, I’m excited! πŸ˜„

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  3. I can’t wait to join this readathon, I’m very excited and it is such a cool idea.
    I loved seeing all the books you are going to read and I hope you enjoy them all. Mexican Gothic sounds so interesting and I love the cover. I would also love to check out My Lady Jane.
    I will probably mention my TBR on my wrap up and on twitter.
    Also I’m sorry but I don’t know if any have a female villain in either, hopefully one will.
    Happy reading!! ❀

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  4. I loved seeing your TBR and I’m so excited for the Readathon! πŸ₯° I loved My Lady Jane when I read it, so I hope you’ll enjoy it as well – it’s got a lot of great humor and is a nice magical twist on historical events 😊 I also loved the recommendations you were doing on Twitter! πŸ’—

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