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!
Tags: #strongwomenread, Amy Meyerson, Iris Martin Cohen, Jasper Fforde, Katarina Bivald, Nina George, The Bookshop of Yesterdays, The Eyre Affair, The Little Clan, The Little Paris Bookshop, The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend
We all know that a good belly laugh is hard to come by, especially these days, but these seven authors deliver the smiles in spades. Pad your TBR pile with books that know how to show you a good time. Who says women aren’t funny? Family and Other Catastrophes by Alexandra Borowitz As Emily’s… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, Alexandra Borowitz, Eva Woods, Family and Other Catastrophes, Iris Martin Cohen, Keziah Frost, Something Like Happy, Summer Heacock, The Awkward Path to Getting Lucky, The Little Clan, The Reluctant Fortune-Teller
In the opening scene of my novel Here We Lie, a woman stands behind a podium, addressing a crowd of reporters. She takes a shaky breath and tells the story of a horrific assault that happened fourteen years earlier, at the hands of a man now running for US Senate. Stop me if you’ve heard… Read More »
March is Women’s History Month, highlighted by International Women’s Day on March 8. Around the world there will be marches, protests, celebrations and acknowledgment of the struggles women have both overcome and still continue to fight. As readers, we can celebrate the work of women who are changing the world by changing the narrative, by… Read More »
Tags: #strongwomenread, I'll Be Gone in the Dark, Island of Sweet Pies and Soldiers, Jasmine Guillory, Markswoman, Michelle McNamara, Rati Mehrotra, Sara Ackerman, Sharon Bala, The Boat People, The Wedding Date