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2016 Women Challenge

Hosted by Peek A Book


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, 2016 to December 31, 2016;
* 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 love this challenge. I read well over 20+ books by female authors in 2015, so I look forward to seeing how many I read in 2016.


LEVEL 4: WONDER WOMAN - 20+ books written by a woman author

  1. Linda Weaver Clarke (Second time | Third time)
  2. Morgan Matson
  3. Anna Mitchael
  4. Liz Wiehl (Second time)
  5. Deborah Ellis
  6. Denise Mina
  7. Julie Kagawa (Second time)
  8. Terri Blackstock
  9. Sarah Loudin Thomas
  10. Kathryn Borel JR
  11. Noelle Stevenson
  12. Marissa Meyer (Second time)
  13. Meera Ekkanath Klein
  14. Sarah Ockler
  15. Alison Strobel
  16. Chantal Fernando
  17. Lauren Weisberger
  18. Lauren DeStefano
  19. Suzanne Young (Second time | Third time)
  20. Elena Rosemond-Hoerr

CHALLENGE COMPLETE APRIL 24, 2016  😊

    21. Tricia Goyer & Sherry Gore
    22. Laura V. Hilton
    23. Karin Slaughter (Second time | Third time)
    24. Cici McNair
    25. Rita Stradling
    26. Rachel Joyce
    27. Jenni Fagan
    28. Melanie Dickerson
    29. Cassie Page
    30. Tiffany McDaniel
    31. Joanne Fluke
    32. Lesley Phillips
    33. Catherine McKenzie
    34. Gretchin Rubin
    35. Barbara Delinsky
    36. Chevy Stevens
    37. Meadow Taylor
    38. Joyce Meyer
    39. Sarah J. Maas
    40. Delilah S. Dawson
    41. Deborah Moggach
    42. Melissa De La Cruz
    43. Angela Hunt


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

Comments

  1. I'm sure joining a lot of challenges for 2016!
    This is one of them.

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  2. Wow, sooooo many books!
    I would like to thank you so much for your participation!
    If you are interested in, you could have a look to the 2017 edition! :)

    http://www.peekabook.it/2017/01/2017-women-challenge.html

    Bye and enjoy your books!


    Valentina
    www.peekabook.it

    ReplyDelete

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