I’m very happy to be back in the regular swing of posting reviews and have really been enjoying catching up with some of the new books that have come out during my time away. But it’s high time for a theme month and I’m really excited about this one.
In May, I’ll be reviewing books about amazing women and the many ways their strength and courage have changed (and continue to change) our world. I started making a list of books for this theme month and I just couldn’t stop. My ever-growing list covers incredible groundbreaking women born over a 250 year span, between 1750 and 2000. So I’m going to warn you right now that this isn’t going to be a theme ‘month’ as much as it’ll be a theme ‘however-long-it-takes-to-review-all-these-books.’
With the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements showing us how much work there still is to be done, reading these books has been a powerful reminder of how very far we have come. I hope that you, like me, will learn a lot and be inspired by these remarkable women.