Reading Women Challenge

This year, I can going to attempt to follow this challenge by the Reading Women Podcast.

In my opinion, this will be a good way to both find new books that I was not aware of, and add to my female author repertoire. Of course, I might read additional books outside of this challenge, but I will try to find something that fits for each category.

reading woman challenge

Here are my book choices. I will update them as I go, since I haven’t already picked books that fit some of the categories. If you have any suggestions, please let me know!

  1. Mystery/Thriller by a WOC
  2. Women with a mental illness
  3. Author from Nigeria or New Zealand: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  4. About or set in Appalachia: Over the Plain Houses by Julia Franks
  5. Children’s Book
  6. Multigenerational Family Saga
  7. Featuring a Woman in Silence: An American Sickness by Elisabeth Rosenthal
  8. A play
  9. A novella
  10. A book about a female athlete
  11. A book featuring a religion other than your own
  12. Lambda Literary Award Winner
  13. A myth retelling
  14. Translated book published before 1945
  15. Written by a South Asian woman: Cracking India by Bapsi Sidhwa (I’ve read this before, but I want to re-read it this year.)
  16. By an indigenous woman: My Name is Masak by Alice French
  17. 2018 Reading Women Award
  18. Romance/Love Story: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
  19. About nature
  20. Historical Fiction
  21. Book bought/borrowed in 2019
  22. Book you got because of the cover: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
  23. Any book from a series: The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman
  24. YA Book by a WOC: An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

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