5 Feminist Non-Fiction Book Recommendations

5 Feminist Non-Fiction Recommendations
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I’ve written about how I became a feminist and reading played a significant role in that. I have a list on my phone of all the feminist non-fiction I have read over the last few years.

Books that resonated with me when I first started learning about feminism leave me frustrated now. Intersectionality is the reason for that. It wasn’t a concept I was familiar with then, but the books on this list all deal with feminism from an intersectional perspective.

Recent Reads – September 2018

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Recent Reads - September 2018
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Earlier this year I scaled back the number of advance reader copies (ARCs) I accept for review from publishers and authors. As a result, I’ve really been enjoying reading books as and when they grab my attention. Here are the books I read during September.

Recent Reads – July and August 2018

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Recent Reads - July and August 2018
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My reading has been sporadic recently so I have, once again, combined multiple months into one quick-fire reviews round-up. Here are the books I read during July and August.

Recent Reads – April, May and June 2018

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Recent Reads - March 2018
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Reading hasn’t been top of my agenda for the past few months, Repealing the Eighth was! As a result, I’ve combined my April, May and June reads into one quick-fire reviews blog post.

5 questions with Jen Williams

The Bitter Twins by Jen Williams. Advance Reader Copy (ARC) from the publisher, Headline, included. No affiliate links used. You can read my full disclosure policy here

Today’s 5 questions with… interview is a little different because my husband, Paul, asked the questions. Publication of Jen Williams’ books has either coincided with our wedding anniversary or Paul’s birthday, so they have always made up a part of my gifts to him. So when the opportunity arose to interview Jen as part of the blog tour for her latest novel The Bitter Twins, it seemed appropriate to hand the reins over to Paul.

The Bitter Twins by Jen Williams

Recent Reads – February 2018

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Recent Reads -February 2018
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February unintentionally became a month where I only read non-fiction, which isn’t something I’m complaining about even though the books I read were pretty hit and miss.