Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 Completed

These are the books that I read for the 2016 Australian Women Writers Challenge.  I had great intentions of reading more history books written by female historians but I only read five.  I seem to have read more memoirs than I realized.

Oh well. Next year. Roll on 2017

January 4, 2106. You’ll Be Sorry When I’m Dead by Marieke Hardy

January 5, 2016 The Convent by Maureen McCarthy

January 7, 2016  In My Mother’s Hands by Biff Ward

January 23, 2016  Hello Beautiful! Scenes from a Life by Hannie Rayson

February 17, 2016  Leap by Myfanwy Jones

March 4, 2016  High Seas and High Teas by Roslyn Russell

April 20, 2016 The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood

May 4, 2016  Blockbuster: Fergus Hume and The Mystery of a Hansom Cab by Lucy Sussex

June 20, 2016 From Rice to Riches by Jane Hutcheon

July 4, 2016 The High Places by Fiona McFarlane

July 13, 2016 Fractured Families by Tanya Evans

August 3 2016, Reckoning by Magda Subanzski

August 19, 2016  Skin Deep by Liz Conor

September 9, 2016  Tiger’s Eye by Inga Clendinnen

October 3, 2016 Of Ashes and Rivers That Run to the Sea by Marie Munkara

December 5, 2016 Everywhere I Look by Helen Garner

December 15, 2016 Living with the Locals by John Maynard and Victoria Haskins

December 19, 2016 Only Daughter by Anna Snoekstra

December 22, 2016  The Good People by Hannah Kent

December 26, 2016  Wicked But Virtuous: My Life by Mirka Mora

December 28, 2016  The Light Between Oceans by M.L.Stedman

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3 responses to “Australian Women Writers Challenge 2016 Completed

  1. Congratulations on finishing the challenge, Janine! I’ve really enjoyed reading your reviews (and other posts) throughout the year. Glad you’re joining the AWW team for 2017.

  2. Hi Janine, I’ve just picked up an interesting history book by historian Jeannine Baker from the library today, it’s about women war reporters, see this article https://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/books/australian-women-war-reporters/

  3. Well done, Janine, and thanks again for your contributions. I seem to have read more memoirs this year too, without actually trying to.

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