I primarily read books by and about women, so I never limit myself to just reading such books during March. But perhaps you haven't read enough female authors and books about female characters, and you're looking to broaden your horizons. So, even though Women's History Month is almost over, here are eleven books to add to your TBRs.
1. Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian
Contemporary YA about a female employees-only ice cream shop.
2. Watch Us Rise by Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan
Teen feminists and activists can find inspiration here!
3. Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers
Because women can kick butt too.
4. Rose Under Fire by Elizabeth Wein
If you want to see inside Ravensbrück and learn about what women experienced there, during WWII.
5. Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
What happens when there are triplet sisters competing to be queen?
6. Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter
The OG YA sisterhood story.
7. Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson
About the complexities of friendship.
Two lovely women-focused historical fiction anthologies, both edited by Jessica Spotswood. (Is it too much to ask for a third?)
10. The Last Summer of the Garrett Girls by Jessica Spotswood
Nuances of sibling relationships and how different each girl's path can be.
11. Break the Fall by Jennifer Iacopelli
Few things make me as teary-eyed as women's gymnastics. (Plus it's a perfect read to prep for Tokyo