My list of answers is short this week, but I did have more than two books this time which is a nice change from the winter TBR theme from a few weeks ago that was a struggle for me.
Here’s hoping some of you mention some other books that will help flesh it out. That has happened for me on multiple occasions in the past!
If not, there are always plenty of older library books to look forward to.
This isn’t my cat or my photo. (It is a public domain image, though).
I simply like the thought of a cat feeling comfortable enough to rest or maybe even snooze a little while humans hunt for new books to read. It’s so wholesome.
Aren’t animals the best?
Womb City by Tlotlo Tsamaase
Release Date: January 23
Why I’m Interested: The world-building sounds fantastic. My fingers are crossed it will be.
My Side of the River: A Memoir by Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez
Release Date: February 13
Why I’m Interested: This memoir sounds super interesting. I can’t imagine being responsible for raising a younger sibling as a teenager. Wow, that’s a lot to ask of someone that age! One of the benefits of reading is learning about the lives of people whose life experiences can be wildly different from your own in all sorts of ways.
The Warm Hands of Ghosts by Katherine Arden
Release Date: February 14
Why I’m Interested: I love ghost stories, and I haven’t read many of them set during World War I. This could be good.
Who’s Afraid of Gender? by Judith Butler
Release Date: March 19
Why I’m Interested: I’m curious to learn more about the link between transphobia and authoritarianism as I am completely confused and dismayed by the hatred of and vitriol against transgender people that is being stirred up by some folks. Why not love and accept everyone for who they are instead? That seems like such a better option to me.
I look forward to reading all of your responses.