22 #ownvoices books about diverse women | #WHMReadingChallenge

This is the fourth and final week of the Women’s History Month Reading Challenge! Today's post is all about #ownvoices books by and about diverse women. Thank you so much to everyone who joined in for the past few weeks of this reading challenge! I've loved reading everyone's posts and seeing what you all are reading. …

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9 favorite female authors | #WHMReadingChallenge

Welcome to week 3 of the Women's History Month Reading Challenge! Once again, thanks so much to everyone who participated last week! Seeing all of the beautiful book covers featuring women was amazing. 😍 After this, there's only one blog prompt to go: March 25th: #ownvoices books about diverse women But today is all about female …

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ARC Review: Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim | scissor magic ACTIVATED

Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim “I want you to know that some journeys have ends, but not this one. This one will change you.” To be published July 9, 2019 by Knopf 400 pages Genre: YA fantasy Date finished: March 6, 2019 Content warnings: physical beating, spiders goodreads Summary: Maia Tamarin dreams of becoming the …

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Women on book covers + female designers | #WHMReadingChallenge

Welcome back to the Women's History Month Reading Challenge, where we celebrate women and books, both the ones who write them and the ones inside them! And in today's case, the ones on the covers... HUGE thanks to everyone who joined in last week to talk about inspiring female characters! I loved reading everyone's posts …

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Review: The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi | I love all of my children equally (but especially Zofia)

The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi “Fashion, my love, just like the universe, owes you neither explanation nor rationale.” Published Jan. 15, 2019 by Wednesday Books 388 pages Genre: YA historical fantasy Date finished: March 3, 2019 Content warnings: racism, colonialism, mentions of abuse goodreads Summary: It's 1889. The city is on the cusp of industry …

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10 female characters that inspire me | #WHMReadingChallenge

Welcome to the Women's History Month Reading Challenge! This month is all about celebrating women and books, both the ones who write them and the ones inside them. In addition to reading books based on challenges (which you can find out about here), I am doing a number of themed blog posts for the blogging …

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