Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2023

Posted March 2, 2023 by Stephanie in monthly wrap up / 9 Comments

 🌷 Happy end of February and begin on March! 🌷

February was a slow reading month for me, compared to previous months, but I did manage to read seven books and all of them were three stars and up so that’s pretty great. I also finally reread a book which has been a while. Of course it was Artemis Fowl, and it was as magical as ever!

In other news, on last tuesday I went to a Panic! At The Disco concert. Needless to say it was awesome and I’m so glad I got to go finally!

(pictures from P!ATD’s social media)


Bookish Stats

Books read in February: 7
Rereads: 1
physical books: 5
e-books: 1
audiobooks: 1


The Future Is Yours by Dan Frey — 4/5★
Hell Bent by Leigh Bardugo — 5/5★


Women of Myth by Jenny Williamson & Genn McMenemy — 5/5★ (my review)
When Ilium Burns by Tiffany Troy — 3/5★ (my review)


Battle Elephants & Flaming Foxes by Caroline Freeman-Cuerden — 4/5★ (review to come)
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer — 5/5★ (my review)


Of Salt and Gold by Avie Adams — 3.5/5★ (review to come)




Women of Myth by Jenny Williams & Genn McMenemy

Uncover the fascinating and complex women from mythology and folklore with this collection of stories profiling powerful goddesses, mighty queens, and legendary creatures.

Get inspired with 50 fascinating stories of powerful female figures from mythologies around the world. From heroines and deities to leaders and mythical creatures, this collection explores figures of myth who can inspire modern readers with their ability to shape our culture with the stories of their power, wisdom, compassion, and cunning.

Featured characters include:
-Atalanta: Greek heroine and huntress who killed the Caledonia Boar and joined the Argonauts
-Sky-Woman: The first woman in Iroquois myth who fell through a hole in the sky and into our world
-Pele: Hawaiian volcano goddess
-Clídna: Queen of the Banshees in Irish legend
-La Llorona: A ghostly woman in Mexican folklore who wanders the waterfront

Celebrate these game-changing, attention-worthy female characters with this collection of engaging tales.


Have you read any of these books?
What was your favorite book of the month?



9 responses to “Monthly Wrap-Up: February 2023

  1. Nice to go to a show. I did read Artemis Fowl at one point but quite a few years ago, when I was teaching. I don’t remember too much of it now. I like how you have highlighted so well your favourite book of the month.

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