Things sort of got away from me a bit over the last couple of months, which is why this round-up covers both February and March. Spring has sprung! As we step past the daffodils and blink in the sunlight, remember that if you want to sit inside in the darkness, there’s plenty to read.
A fascinating thesis on how feminism needs to work with other movements in order to be truly effective in the world today.
Beautiful editions and stories following on from the animated series, true to the tone and style.
The sequel to The Belles, unfortunately it didn’t quite hit all the notes I wanted it to – but they still make a wonderful duology.
A YA fantasy set in the tense times before the French Revolution, using the backdrop of social unsettlement to enhance the stakes for this story.
This is a huge epic novel pitting East against West, with political tensions, betrayals and also some wlw romance.
This is my first ever DNF on this site, but guys I just couldn’t. I really couldn’t.
One of the most-hyped books I saw last year, this is a hard-hitting fantasy which doesn’t shy away from triggering material such as sexual assault.
I took some time to re-read an old favourite, and it made me happy.
I attended a few panels at London Book Fair, and one of them was discussing age discrimination within publishing.
I was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by Chloe at Writing The Blues Away!
The first in a new series of posts answering common questions about the publishing industry – please send some in if there’s anything you want to know!
The Bookseller conducted a survey into social class in the publishing industry, and the results didn’t exactly come as a surprise.
If this list isn’t enough to keep you busy, here are my posts from January too!