From their site:
The Australian Women Writers Challenge began in 2012 for the National Year of Reading and will be continuing into 2013. It aims to support and promote writing by Australian women, and to help overcome the gender bias in literary review pages.
I’ve decided to sign up for the level of Miles – read 6 – review at least 4
For anyone looking for more information or to participate, you can find more from the following links:
- Twitter – use the #aww2013 hashtag. Follow @auswomenwriters for updates to reviews and other links of interest.
- Australian Women Writers Challenge on GoodReads
- Australian Women Writers Facebook page.
I will list my progress here.
Red Carpet Burns by Georgia Cassimatis – travel memoir, Non-YA (see my review on goodreads)
The Heiresses by Allison Rushby – new adult, historical romance
Feeling Sorry for Celia by Jaclyn Moriarty – young adult, epistolary fiction, realistic fiction
Seven Nights in a Rogue’s Bed by Anna Campbell – historical romance, Non-YA (see my review on goodreads)
Finding Cassie Crazy by Jaclyn Moriarty – young adult, epistolary fiction realistic fiction
Every Breath by Ellie Marney – young adult, murder mystery, contemporary
Piece of Cake by Kate Forster – new adult, contemporary romance
The Inevitability of Stars by Kathryn R. Lyster – new adult, contemporary romance
Zac and Mia by AJ Betts – young adult, realistic fiction, contemporary romance
Banish by Nicola Marsh – young adult, paranormal, witches
The Vanishing Moment by Margaret Wild – young adult, realistic fiction, mystery
Murder and Mendelssohn by Kerry Greenwood – mystery, crime, historical Non-YA (see my review on goodreads)
The Best Man by Dianne Blacklock – contemporary, chick lit, Non-YA (see my review on goodreads)
Diamonds are a Teen’s Best Friend by Allison Rushby – young adult, contemporary
Captivate by Miranda Garden – young adult, paranormal, mermaids
The Disappearance of Ember Crow by Ambelin Kwaymullina – young adult, dystopia, urban fantasy