The only thing better than reading about amazing characters is when they also love to read, which is why we can definitely relate to these five fictional female bookworms! Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson The bookworm: Miranda Brooks Owning a bookstore is every reader’s dream! When Miranda Brooks inherits her uncle’s book shop, she discovers… Read More »
Looking for a new read featuring a strong and inspiring female protagonist? From contemporary women’s fiction to sci-fi and fantasy, these six titles will satisfy your desire for a new heroine, who compels with her intelligence, perseverance, vulnerability and grace—though perhaps not always at once. Of course, that just makes these wonder women even more… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, America Is Not the Heart, Before I Let You Go, Cast in Deception, Circe, Elaine Castillo, Kelly Rimmer, Leni Zumas, Madeline Miller, Markswoman, Michelle Sagara, Rati Mehrota, Red Clocks
Fans of the fantasy genre know that world-building, time-hopping and regime overthrowing takes time so are usually lucky enough to have their favorite stories play out not just over the course of a book but over the course of a series. While this means sometimes dealing with a nail-biting cliffhanger at the end of a… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, Aloha from Hell, Alpha & Omega, Cast in Courtlight, Cast in Secret, Cast in Shadow, Cry Wolf, Fair Game, Hunting Ground, Kill the Dead, Maria V. Snyder, Michelle Sagara, N.K. Jemisin, Patricia Briggs, Richard Kadrey, Sandman Slim, Scent of Magic, Taste of darkness, The Broken Earth, The Chronicles of Elantra, The Fifth Season, The Healer, The Obelisk Gate, The Stone Sky, Touch of Power
We all love a relatable read…and what’s more relatable than a protagonist who loves books? These books are all about bookworms like you and me. If you have a favorite literary reader, let us know in the comments below!
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