Celebrating Female Writers. 

It’s International Women’s Day today and originally I wanted to mark the day with some kind of ‘top 10’. However as I was making notes for this post, I realised that the point of the day is to celebrate all women, and that to list them in order of preference or in order of how much their works have impacted the world would be somewhat restrictive for what I wanted to do.

I’ve therefore compiled a list of women writers, in no particular order, whom I think have had a massive effect on readers all over the world and/or whose works I especially love.


Ayisha Malik. 

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The Diverse Books Tag.

Thanks so much to Izzi at The Ravenclaw Book Club for tagging me!

Lately, I’ve been trying to read more diverse books. I feel like I’m stuck in a Western bubble and I need to sort this out. I’m embarrassed by how much I had to Google books for this tag.

THE RULES.

The Diverse Books Tag is a bit like a scavenger hunt. I will task you to find a book that fits a specific criteria and you will have to show us a book you have read or want to read. If you can’t think of a book that fits the specific category, then I encourage you to go look for one. A quick Google search will provide you with many books that will fit the bill. (Also, Goodreads lists are your friends.) Find one you are genuinely interested in reading and move on to the next category.

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