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7 Female Authors that I love #WHMReadingChallenge

Hey everyone!

The Women’s History Month Reading Challenge is a reading challenge hosted by  Margaret@WeirdZeal for the entire month of March, aka Women’s History Month. There are two sections of the challenge: the reading section and the blogging section. I am taking part in both!

For the blogging section, on each Monday of March, there is a post prompt for you to take part in if you so desire. For today, the 11th of March, the topic is: Female Authors.

So, let me start listing 7 of my favourite authors, This is gonna be hard but here we go:


J. K. Rowling is the author of Harry Potter and I am so grateful to her for having written those books. Those books were the ones that got me to love reading as much as I do today. I used to read before I read Harry Potter but HP was what intensified that love and made me into the avid reader I am today!


SJM is a great writer and I love the worlds she has created. I love her characters, especially how strong and powerful the females her. All her characters inspire me and make me want to keep trying. I love the characters she has formed and wish to become more like them.


Tahereh Mafi is another one of my favourite authors. I love the Shatter Me series, but I love A Very Large Expanse of Sea more because of the message it sends. I love how Tahereh bravely channels what she has felt into that book and how she speaks to the world of something that must be said!


I love Becky’s writing style and the way she is able to captivate a reader. I like how she focuses on LBGTQ+ characters and brings more and more diverse books into the world. Authors like her are very important for the development of the world as a whole.


Jenny Han is another author I admire a lot. I love the way her writing just flows and how one can stay up all night just reading her books. Someday, I wish to write a book even half as good as her books are!


Nicola Yoon is another fantastic author whom I love! Her books are so amazing and well, I just want more and more of them. I can keep reading her books for days!


Rainbow Rowell is another author I admire a lot. I especially like her book, Fangirl. I also liked Carry On a lot. Her books are amazing and well, I just get really attached to all of her characters!

What female authors do you like?  Do you like the authors I listed above? Tell me in the comments below. 

Peace out cuties ♥





19 thoughts on “7 Female Authors that I love #WHMReadingChallenge

  1. Jayati, I see you changed your blog design and it looks amazing! I’m particularly in love with the layout for the comment sections; the little letter thing when you’re writing a comment is so adorable! Good job on it!
    Rainbow Rowell is definitely in my list of top favorite female authors as well. I love how she writes her characters and mostly, how funny her books are! Her sense of humour is fantastic!
    Leigh Bardugo would definitely be in my list as well. As I’m now concluding the Six of Crows duology, I am reminded of how well she writes her settings and how unique they are! She’s an amazing writer that I’m so happy to have found! 😊

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    1. Thank you so much! I am glad you liked it 🙂

      Ah, yes! Her charactersa are so relateable and that’s what makes the books so fun to read.

      OH, I am glad to hear that. I haven’t read anything by Leigh Bardugo but I have the physical copy of her Six of Crows Duology and Shadow and Bone. I hope to read them soon so it’s great to hear that you like her books! xx

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