January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015
This challenge is for those who enjoy reading women's fiction. How might you define this type of book? I define it as any book that is mainly written for women (although that doesn't stop men reading them), they may contain elements of romance but the book mainly centres around the development of women or a woman throughout the book. Women centered books, that might focus on the issues relating to women, it may be a mainstream novel, slightly less or slightly more. This website probably best describes what I am thinking of Women Fiction Writers.
The Romance Writers of America organization defines women's fiction as, "a commercial novel about a woman on the brink of life change and personal growth. Her journey details emotional reflection and action that transforms her and her relationships with others, and includes a hopeful/upbeat ending with regard to her romantic relationship."
Take whichever definition suits you - both of the ones linked above or write your own definition in your challenge post and then join in.
- Motivated 1- 5
- Savvy 6 - 10
- Classy 11- 20
- Go-getter 20 -30
- Fearless 30+
Books may overlap with other challenges. Any format of book is fine. Choose your level and write a commitment post or set aside a Goodreads shelf for this challenge, if you don't have a blog or would prefer to work that way.
There will be a link for reviews and a final link up post at the end for those who complete their challenge. All those who complete the challenge will go into the draw for a $25 prize to be in the form of a book from the Book Depository or voucher for U.S. Amazon store. A Gone Reading voucher is also an option.
This reading challenge is hosted by Book Date. For more information and to sign-up, please see this post.