Wednesday, February 11, 2015

February's Picks of the Month

It's time for February's picks of the month! Sorry they came in a bit late. Additionally, as some of you may have seen in our tweet, we'll be starting off with four choices instead of eight as a way to warm things up. Remember, you can always read one, two, or all of the books on our list, if you want to!


The Girl On the Train by Paula Hawkins
(Available from Barnes & Noble or Amazon)

This thriller was recently released and has been getting a lot of buzz (naturally). Let's see for ourselves what all the hype is about!


The Mammoth Book of SF Stories by Women edited by Alex Dally MacFarlane
(Available from Barnes & Noble  or Amazon)

What better choice for this category than an anthology of short science-fiction stories, written entirely by women?


So, Anyway... by John Cleese
(Available from Barnes & Noble or Amazon)

Does this book even require an introduction? I rest my case.

Children's/Young Adult:

Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell
(Available from Barnes & Noble or Amazon)

If ever there was a book to remind you of why you loved reading as a child, it's this one.

As I'm sure you noticed, we didn't go real heavy on the science or non-fiction this month. If that's your thing, don't worry. We've got plenty of that coming up next month. For this month, pick your book, grab a copy from your local library or bookstore, start reading and when you're done, join the discussion by writing a review (or better yet, making a video!) and sending it to us at so we can feature it on the blog and get other like-minded women readers to comment and share. Happy reading!