Saturday, December 16, 2017

Reading Women Challenge

This one has some interesting categories. According to the rules, you may complete as many of the categories as you can. Click here to see more.

Here is What I Am Reading for this One:
  1. Been on TBR Longest: Mum's the Word--Kate Collins
  2. Food Item in Title: The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop and Cafe--Mary Simses
  3. Chronic Illness: Wintergirls--Laurie Halse Anderson
  4. Independent Press: Hot Pink in the City--Medeia Sharif
  5. Set In the American South: A Time for Us--Christine Holden
  6. Russian Author: Selected Poems--Anna Akhmatova
  7. Genre Never Read: Eat the Cookie, Buy the Shoes--Joyce Meyer
  8. Inspired By a Fairy Tale: A Court of Mist and Fury--Sarah J. Maas
  9. Characters Are Traveling Somewhere: British Manor Murder--Leslie Meier
  10. Female Nobel Prize Winner: Jazz--Toni Morrison
  11. Memoir: Brain on Fire--Susannah Catalan
  12. Poetry Collection: The Other Side--Julia Alvarez
  13. By an African American Woman About Civil Rights: Blues Legacies and Black Feminism--Angela Y. Davis
  14. Canadian Author: Surfacing--Margaret Atwood
  15. Classic: Little Women--Louisa May Alcott
  16. Memoir by a Person who Lives in a Country Different From Yours: Funny in Farsi --Firoozeh Dumas
  17. Fantasy Novel Written by a Woman of Color: Children of Blood and Bone--Tomi Adeyemi
  18. Local Author: Blossoms of My Life--I.M. Dauntless
  19. Collection of Essays: Queer, There and Everywhere--Sarah Prager
  20. A Viewpoint Character Who is an Immigrant or Refugee: The Namesake--Jhumpa Lahiri
  21. Book of True Crime: Bitter Harvest--Ann Rule
  22. From the Reading Women 2017 Award Shortlists: Sing, Unburied, Sing--Jesmyn Ward
  23. Short Story Collection: The Last of the Menu Girls--Denise Chavez
  24. In Translation: The Man Who Died--Annti Tuomainen

  1. Mrs. Dalloway--Virginia Woolf

Calling challenge complete on December 6


Elephant's Child said...

Definitely some interesting categories. And some of my regular reads.

Jamie Ghione said...

I plan to crossover as many books to as many challenges as I can. I don't envision myself reading a lot of true crime books, and that category is on at least three challenges.

Kelly Hashway said...

Another great one.