Happy International Woman’s Day!
Despite March is now being known as when all hell broke lose and COVID spread all over the world, March remains to include a date that is important to so many of us women out there. Take some time to celebrate your mothers, sisters (blood and/or otherwise!), your daughters, your friends, and even your favorite female fictional characters.
I wanted to create templates for you guys but couldn’t because I’m super busy! (in a good way). So instead, I hope you guys enjoy 10 books I absolutely adore by female authors 😊
*Little Note: I have an affiliate link to the books mentioned in the post, at no extra cost if you decide to buy via the link, your book blogger here gets a commission 😊
10 Books I Love by Female Authors
The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang
This is series is incredibly written. It is a genius of a series with amazing historical context and high stakes fantasy (don’t expect any kind of mercy).
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Powerful author. Powerful book.
A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson
Best YA Mystery that is yet to be beaten. Written in the most addictive manner, you’d think you’re watching a literal movie.
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Nevin
This book broke me in more ways than one, and Nevin’s illustrious and moving writing still shakes me up.
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
I’m pretty sure Taylor had no idea, but when she wrote down Lazlo, she unintentionally wrote my spiritual fictional character. I have never resonated with a character more than him, and I see myself so much in him it scares me!
A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer
I finally read this and omg it is fabulous. This was the book that got me out of a slump early in the beginning of the year!
A Darker Shade of Magic and Addie La Rue by V.E. Scwhab
The master of story and lyrical writing (how she does it I don’t know!), but V.E. Scwhab easily became an auto buy for me.
The Night Circus by Erin Morgestern
Another magical story by another magical writer, I was swept way into a fantastical world that I did not want to ever leave.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
I found this book to be charming yet very profound which is not an easy balance especially when heavy topics such as childhood trauma, PTSD, and suicide are the basis of the book.
Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade
One of the best adult romances, major fandom vibes, and the author is just as sweet on Twitter (She’s literally so nice to everyone and replies everytime).