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The Australian Women Writers Challenge 2013: Suggested Reading List

So I mentioned to a writing group that I am part of on Facebook that I am trying to do this challenge.

And I asked them to suggest titles. Because otherwise I was going to be stuck.

And they have come up trumps.

Now I am only going to review certain books in certain genres so I can say now that I probably won’t get to review all these but YOU can. If you are part of the challenge, then off you go, pick one and get reviewing! If you suggest any titles I will keep updating this list.

Author | Book | Genre | Comment if any

Kathryn White | Being Abigail | Women’s Fiction | “An Aussie Bridget Jones” – Amazon review
Marj McRae | Not A Man (Shuki Series) | Literary Fiction | “hero is an eunuch” – Author
Helen McKenna | The Beachhouse |Literary Fiction
Lisa L. Hannett & Angela Slatter | Midnight & Moonshine | Fantasy
Margaret Blake | Merlin’s School For Ordinary Children: Ring of Courses | Children’s Fantasy
Aishah Macgill | The Bone Thrower (Dreams of a Past Life) Book 1 | Spiritual Romance
Iris Blobel | Innocent Tears & Journey to Her Dreams | Women’s Fiction
Peta Jo | Feral Bells |Contemporary Romance
Narelle Warcon | Blonde Roots: One Woman’s Triumph Over Five Lifetimes of Pain | Autobiography
Karen Tyrrell | Me & Her: Memoir of Madness | Autobiography/Memoir
Candice Lemon-Scott | Unloched | Literary Fiction
Chandani Lokuge | Softly, As I Leave You | Literary Fiction
Tess Williams | Sea as Mirror | Speculative/ Science Fiction
Liana Joy Christensen |Deadly Beautiful: Vanishing Killers of The Animal Kingdom | Non Fiction
Marisa Raoul | Ma Folie Francaise | Memoir

Marisa is a globetrotting freelance writer, journalist and editor with cat for hire (her, not the cat). She is currently based in Melbourne.

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