My f/f february TBR

F/f february is a month long readathon hosted by Charlotte over at tealeafreads, the goal of the readathon is to spend february reading only or mainly f/f books. See Charlotte’s original blog post here. She has also created a set of challenges to go along with the readathon, but knowing myself I know that I wouldn’t enjoy reading within the bounds of challenges. So I’ll be mainly focussing on just reading a lot of good f/f books.

So without further ado, here’s my tbr for february.

This book is one of my good friend’s favourite books, so I’m looking forward to reading it. Both for that reason but also because I’ve been in desperate need for some good sci-fi lately.

And everyone is alive, somewhere in time.

Far from you has been on my tbr for years, and I’ve even had a paperback standing on my shelf for equally as long. So this readathon seemed like a good time to get it knocked off my tbr.

We walk into the rest of our lives together, not knowing it’ll end before it’s truly started.

I had initially been planning on reading this book when it first came out but alas that never happened, so here i am picking it up again.

We don’t get to choose what hurts us.

I read Gail Carriger’s Finishing School series years ago, so when I saw that this book was f/f I just knew I had to read it.

Even if she’d known what to do with a man, how did one tempt another woman?

I am looking forward to reading about some witches who like girls. That’s all I have to say about it.

If you’re not careful you can spend your whole life looking for what you’ve lost.

This book is getting published in February so it seemed fitting to put it on this tbr. The whole premise of the novel also intrigues me a lot, especially the part about being inspired by the witch trials.

I remember once when runes gave you comfort, when sailors came to my father to cast bones and tell them of their time left to come. They are a language, Maren. Just because you do not speak it doesn’t make it devilry.

This is another one of those books I’ve had on my tbr for some time so I’m looking forward to finally getting into it.

This was hurt it would never understand. This was hurt made from love. And she immersed herself in grief, embraced it, the parts of her that had been so lost and broken, so long her enemy, were now her savior.

Once again this is one of the books I already have on my shelf but that I haven’t gotten around to reading. But this one is set at a boarding school where a murder happens, so it sounds like something I’d like.

It’s the sort of thing that bugs you after someone dies. You remember little ways you wronged them. Even if they deserved it.

I’m adding an na book partly because I like reading it but also because I feel like if I make this list as diverse as possible in terms of genre there’s a bigger chance I’ll actually follow it.

Mom used to say that if you listen, people will tell you exactly how to hurt them. Because part of us wants to be hurt. We want to know how strong we really are.

This seems like a great read, and I especially look forward to reading about an f/f relationship in a ballet school, considering how high states that kind of environment can be.

There’s so much more to life than what you do for a living. don’t forget the more, Ana.

This is just my General tbr so whether or not I actually read all the books on here or if I read some that aren’t isn’t really something I’m sure of yet. I’ve tried making this list a mix of a lot of different things so no mater what mood I’m in there’s something, but I’m planning on doing a wrap-up at the end of the month as well so I guess we’ll see how many of these I end up reading.

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