#52booksbywomenofcolor, October update

Technically, this could be my final update if I wanted to– my goal for the year was to read 52 books by women of color, and while I’m not finished with A Song Below Water, it’s been chosen as the 52nd book and it won’t take to the end of the month to finish it. But there’s still two months in 2020 (God help us all), and five authors– S.L. Huang, N.K. Jemisin, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, and Rin Chupeco– were represented twice. There’s also a new book by S.L. Huang on my unread shelf right now. So I figure the new goal is 57 books by 52 women. And after that I might go ahead and get started on 2021’s goal of reading books from as many different countries as I can.

I reviewed a bunch of these, but if there’s anything you’re curious about, feel free to ask. Also, here’s the rest of the list:

2 thoughts on “#52booksbywomenofcolor, October update

    1. Thank you! The ones that come to mind immediately are BLACK SUN, THE VANISHING HALF, THE GIRL FROM THE WELL, CONJURE WOMEN, and SPLIT TOOTH. If you click on the “reading” tag, a lot of these got reviewed, and I do a Best Of list at the end of each year. This was a good choice of project. 🙂

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