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2015 Women Challenge


The third edition of the “Women Challenge”!



Rules:

* anyone can join;
* you don't need a blog to participate: if you are a non-blogger please leave a comment with a link (if you review elsewhere) to your review or with the list of the books you read and the level you choose;
* audio, e-books, bound books and re-reads are ok;
* create a sign up post on your blog and post the link in the Linky below (scroll down please, it's at the end of the Italian translation);
* challenge goes from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015;
* here you can link for your reviews.

Levels:

Level 1: BABY GIRL - read 5 books written by a woman author
Level 2: GIRLS POWER - read 6 to 15 books written by a woman author
Level 3: SUPER GIRL - read 16 to 20 books written by a woman author
Level 4: WONDER WOMAN - read 20+ books written by a woman author

I participated last year and read enough a 5th or 6th level could be added... lol. So obviously I am choosing Level 4: Wonder Woman.


  1. Emily Carroll
  2. Josi S. Kilpack
  3. Heather Graham
  4. Sarah J. Maas
  5. Marissa Meyer
  6. Christina Baker Kline
  7. Chevy Stevens
  8. Julie Kagawa
  9. Emily St. John Mandel (reviewed on Women's Day, March 8)
  10. Eva Stachniak
  11. Lori Foster
  12. Sarah Pekkanen
  13. Jan Ellison
  14. Josi S. Kilpack (for a second time this year)
  15. Diane Setterfield
  16. Margaret Peterson Haddix
  17. Margaret Atwood
  18. Nuccia Ardagna
  19. Sally Ann Melia
  20. Robin Winter 
  21. Chantel Guertin (CHALLENGE COMPLETE MAY 23)
  22. Cassandra Clare & Sarah Rees Brennan
  23. Olivia deBelle Byrd
  24. Caprice Crane
  25. Sarah J. Maas (for a second time this year)
  26. Jennifer Weiner
  27. Samantha Snyder
  28. Tricia Goyer & Sherry Gore
  29. Shannon Hale
  30. Tricia Goyer (for a second time)
  31. Catherine McKenzie
  32. Harper Lee
  33. Jenny Han
  34. Kelley Armstrong
  35. Anne Giardini
  36. Sarah Ockler
  37. Chantel Guertin (for a second time)
  38. Morgan Matson
  39. Julie Kagawa (twice this year)
  40. Linda Weaver Clarke
  41. P.A. O'Reilly
  42. Elise Primavera
  43. Julie Bruck
  44. Josi S. Kilpack ( Third time this year)
  45. Donna Alward
  46. Tricia Goyer (Third time this year!)
  47. Deborah Harkness
  48. Gracie Malone
  49. Karen Kingsbury
  50. Anna Patrick
  51. Melanie Dickerson
  52. Andrea Laurence
  53. Becca Fitzpatrick
  54. Cathy Bryant
  55. Marissa Meyer (a second time)
  56. Chantel Guertin ( third time)
  57. Beth Kephart
  58. Kresley Cole

**No compensation was received for posting. This post is part of an annual reading challenge.

Comments

  1. Welcome again to the Women Challenge and HAPPY READING!


    Valentina
    www.peekabook.it

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