Achievement unlocked: Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014Posted: August 11, 2014 Filed under: On Books | Tags: AWW 1 Comment
This year I decided to do the Australian Women Writers Challenge, aiming for the Miles level of achievement: to read six books by Australian women and review at least four. I’ve actually read and reviewed
six seven (I just discovered I hadn’t registered one), because YAY!
The next level up is the Franklin: read 10, review six. Obviously I’ve got the reviews covered, and there are at least three more by Australian women on my to-be-read pile, so I might get there. We’ll see.
Here are the seven books I’ve read and reviewed:
- Sleeper by S. M. Johnston (sadly this book is currently unavailable)
- Forget Me Not by Stacey Nash
- The Problem with Crazy by Lauren McKellar
- Immagica by K. A. Last
- Kiya: Mother of a King by Katie Hamstead
- Haze and Shimmer by Paula Weston
If you’re wondering, why do we need an Australian Women Writers Challenge in the first place, I’d suggest checking out the background to the challenge here.
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