I want some books about women going on the traditional hero's journey! Ideally, non-fantasy and non-young adult. [more inside]
I finally have enough time to read books again. My favorite books to read are fantasy with magic. I don't dislike sex in books, but I'm specifically not looking for erotica disguised as fantasy. My favorites have been The Witches of Eileanan and the Rhapsody series. I prefer to read female authors- can't stand GRRM, and am not super into Sci Fi. Can you help me find interesting and fun things to read?
I'm suddenly overcome by the urge to take a break from novels and read some interesting memoirs by women. I have read "Don't lets Go to the Dogs Tonight" by Alexandra Fuller and I really loved it because of how richly she described the setting, the humor and the tragedies her family went through. I felt like I was there. And that's really what I'm looking for- memoirs by female writers that are so alive that I feel like I'm there. Mefi Readers, what amazing memoirs can you recommend that have made you feel that way???
What film, TV or literary female characters begin as adversaries and end up friendly? [more inside]
Does anyone know about issues of being a man in a majority-woman workplace/industry? [more inside]
I read a lot of young adult lit with great female characters. But I'm not a teenager anymore and would like to find something analogous for 20-something women. So, where are the books about young, intelligent, humorous and/or interesting women? Novels, short stories, memoirs and essays welcome. More information about what I've already read inside. [more inside]
In your opinion, who are the best female science fiction authors? What are the best scifi books written by women? [more inside]
Any recommendations for children's books featuring little girls? [more inside]
Can a woman write a novel like a man? [more inside]