February TBR

In February, there are 3 events I want to participate in with my reading: Black History Month, #FFFeb (hosted by Charlotte @ Moonraker), and Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week. I’ve made a tentative TBR for all three of these events, and I’m hoping to read at least a few books for all of them.


Black History Month & #FFFeb TBR

Of course my goal for Black History Month is to read books by Black authors. I mean, this is always a goal for me, but I want to focus on this especially during this month. I specifically want to combine this goal with #FFFebruary, where the goal is to read sapphic books, and read a few F/F books by Black authors.

I’m hoping to read the following books:

There are definitely more F/F books and books by Black authors on my physical TBR, and I’m hoping to get to as many as possible, but these are the ones I specifically want to focus on. I’m very bad at sticking to TBRs, so it always helps me to make short ones.

The Stars and the Blackness Between Them


Aro Week TBR

The week of February 16th to February 22nd is Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week. I’m hoping to read a few books with aromantic representation, specifically with aromantic main characters. There will be a blog post dedicated to aromantic book recommendations soon!

I’m hoping to read the following books:

The Last 8 (The Last 8, #1)


Are you planning to read any books for this event? Which books are on your February TBR?

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  1. Oh man, I loved THE LAST 8! SWITCHBACK however… representation wise I think it was fine, Im not aro or ace so I cant speak on that front, but the dialogue from one of the main characters infuriated me with how hard the author was trying to sound cool and hip and failing.

    I’m reading BINTI, PRIDE, and if I have time, SLAY. Unfortunately, none of the books by black authors that I have easily available to me are f/f, as much as I’d love to participate in FFFeb

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  2. Wow, I didn’t know all these events took place in February! If I can, I’ll definitely try to fit in some books. However, I have the idea that I don’t know any aro or ace books? I look forward to your recommendations!

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