Category Archives: women

Books: Monday Micro Reviews

Every Monday, I post “micro reviews” of each book I’ve finished that week. Based on a 5 star system, I will rate each of the books based on multiple criteria. Let me know your thoughts! Do you agree? Disagree? Monday … Continue reading

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50 Novels by Female Writers Under 50

Last week, Emily Temple of Flavorwire wrote an article that caught my eye: 50 Excellent Novels by Female Writers Under 50 That Everyone Should Read. Naturally, I’m excited about any article that promotes reading more female authors. I decided to … Continue reading

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Books by Women: Beginning the Master List

As I embark on this year of reading women, I have a running list of want-to-reads. Currently, my to-read list is a random smattering of books that I have downloaded onto iPad or have purchased and are glaring at me … Continue reading

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Reading Important Books By Women: Chapter One

This idea of being intentional when selecting books was intuitive before it was a conscious decision. It started near January of this year and swelled right before the wedding: I found myself choosing books specifically by women. Some of the … Continue reading

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