It's the end of women's history month, and our month focusing on nonfiction, but here at Reading Women we celebrate female voices all year long. These are a few titles we've added to our TBRs this month. We can't wait to read all of these books about amazing women!Read More
We had the chance to chat with Min Jin Lee about her new novel Pachinko (Grand Central Publishing), a novel that follows a Korean family through the generations as they move to Japan and struggle to make a home in a foreign land.Read More
In this episode of Reading Women, Autumn and Kendra discuss Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly and Cinderella Ate My Daughter by Peggy Orenstein.Read More
Meet authors Margot Lee Shetterly and Peggy Orenstein!Read More
Read Women interviews Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, author of Harmless Like You which is out now from W.W. Norton.Read More
Hello listeners! For Women's History Month, we're featuring six nonfiction books by six amazing women.Read More
We bring you this special issue of the Reading Women newsletter! Today we have an interview with Emily McDowell, the founder of the Emily McDowell studio. Recently she wrote There Is No Good Card for This (HarperOne) with Dr. Kelsey Crowe. All of us struggle to know what to say when life is unfair and awful to someone we love. This book helps you understand and empathize with others in their times of need.
Emily has kindly given us an exclusive interview where she goes into more detail about writing and illustrating the book. We hope you love Emily, and the book, as much as we do!
Autumn + Kendra
It's been a great first full month of 2017 for the Reading Women. We've loved chatting about some of our favorite middler reader novels with you. But we're not done yet! We've got a few recs left up our sleeves.Read More
We're beyond thrilled to talk with Christine Hyung-Oak Lee about her book Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember (Ecco). In addition to chatting about the writing process and how writing impacted her recovery, she shares details about her forthcoming debut novel The Golem of Seoul.Read More
Hello listeners! This is our discussion of Moon Over Manifest by Claire Vanderpool and Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan.Read More