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What else are you reading? > March is Women's History Month

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message 1: by Angie Downs (new)

Angie Downs Is anyone reading anything in honor of women's history month? I haven't yet, but need to commit to reading at least one book by a woman this month. Probably either The Awakening or Rubyfruit Jungle for me. What will you read?


message 2: by Karena (new)

Karena (karenafagan) I've read some books by female authors, but not because it was women's history month. I want to read The Awakening at some point, though!

I read Calculated In Death and A Modern Witch, but nothing classic.

Maybe I can squeeze one in.


message 4: by Karena (new)

Karena (karenafagan) LaLaLa Laura wrote: "How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale is on my list"

ROFL.


message 5: by Margaret (new)

Margaret I just have to say.... I have never even heard of Women's History Month!


message 6: by Angie Downs (new)

Angie Downs Margaret wrote: "I just have to say.... I have never even heard of Women's History Month!"

Really??? Wow! Well, now is your chance to celebrate! :)


message 7: by LaLaLa Laura (new)

LaLaLa Laura  (laurabhoffman) lol thanks, Karena :)


message 8: by Karena (new)

Karena (karenafagan) LaLaLa Laura wrote: "lol thanks, Karena :)"

Seriously, let me know how it is. Not that I have time, but I can live vicariously through you. In your goal to become a porn star. hehehehe


message 9: by LaLaLa Laura (new)

LaLaLa Laura  (laurabhoffman) bow chica wow wow ...


message 10: by LaLaLa Laura (new)

LaLaLa Laura  (laurabhoffman) check out Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women Elizabeth Wurtzel just bubbles off the page. She was pissed off when she wrote the book which makes it for an interesting read.


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