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#MonthlyWrapUp: February 2021

Feb 2021 Monthly Wrap Up

February was slightly surreal! It was a very, very long month despite being the shortest month of the year.

It snowed fairly often – which is unusual for the UK – and it was rather cold too. Winters have been mild for the last couple of years but we got down to -10C a few times! 

I spent the month working on my thesis because I have nothing better to do but I’ve also been working on next month’s posts (of which there are many because it’s Women’s History Month), reading books, and watching films. I finally watched some of the films I’ve been planning to watch for ages – Knives OutChristopher Robin, and The Martian – so I’m happy about that.

Oh, and I made homemade pizza which was a success. Even the dough was homemade! Cooking is the only skill I’ve picked up during this pandemic.

Posts I Enjoyed

Instead of a normal ‘favourites’ section, I’ve decided to include links to some of the blog posts I found interesting this month.

At least we learned that war is madness – The [Blank] Garden

The Wild Geese by Ogai Mori (Japanese Literature Challenge 14) – Dolce Bellezza

#ReadIndies: Poetry Presses – Finding Time to Write

The Black Experience 2.0: The Devaluation and Consumerism of Black Pain – Em’s Bookish Musings

Book Review: Survival Ship and Other Stories, Judith Merril (1974) – Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations

This Week's Posts (1)

Strange Weather in TokyoKraken by China Mieville 

Strange Weather in Tokyo by Hiromi Kawakami

Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino

Sourcery by Terry Pratchett

Feb posts (1)

Stay safe, everyone!

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