I created my reading list for the Women Unbound reading challenge and, of course, I now want to add a few more titles to my list. Will I read everything on my list? Probably not by the time the challenge ends, but I like to create reading lists. It's always nice to have a reading list available to consult in those moments when I feel like reading a particular type of book.
So ... I woke up in the middle of last night and thought: "HEY! I have The Golden Notebook: A Novel by Doris Lessing on my TBR tower and it would be perfect for the Women Unbound reading challenge!" This thought then led me to mentally review my bookshelves and I came up with The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin. Yup, the book geekiness just never quits. One of these nights I will not wake up and start thinking about books I want to read.
Then, while moving a pile of books this morning, I noticed Pink Think: Becoming a Woman in Many Uneasy Lessons by Lynn Peril. Why I didn't put this on my initial list I will never know.
Now for my request for a recommendation. I recently watched the movie Frida (with Salma Hayek) and really enjoyed it. Now I want to read a book about her. I did identify one that looked interesting: Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera. What book about Frida Kahlo would you recommend I read? Have you read the biography by Hayden Herrera and what did you think of it?