International Women Authors Guest Post at I’m Lost in Books

March is Women's Lit Month. Becca from I'm Lost in Books is hosting a month long event celebrating bloggers and their favorite female authors.
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Spring Break was last week and we were down in Florida when my Favorite International Women Authors guest post went live over at I’m Lost in Books. Since March is Women’s Lit Month, Becca has been featuring guest bloggers who are giving readers their favorite women authors. Is it any surprise that with my quest to Travel the World in Books, that I decided to write about my favorite international women authors? 

Sorry Becca it took me so long to send my readers your way and thanks for the opportunity to gush about my favorite international women authors for your fabulous Women’s Lit Event!

Check out my guest post, you won’t want to miss the stories these ladies have to tell and scroll beneath the picture to see my favorite books, reviews and guest posts on my blog about/from these talented ladies and more about the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign. Help support women authors from all over the world by reading and talking about their fabulous work! 

My favorite international women authors. I'm celebrating Women's Lit Month by guest posting at I'm Lost in Books for her Women's Lit Event. Check out these talented and amazing international women authors representing China, England, Ireland, Mexico and India.

Check out the authors I featured from China, England, Ireland, Mexico and India and find my favorite books by these amazing authors here: 

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See (my review)

Me Before You by JoJo Meyes (Goodreads)

In the Woods by Tana French (my review)

Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel (Goodreads)

Monsoon Memories and The Forgotten Daughter by Renita D’Silva (my reviews) and check out our interview with Renita

Secret Daughter by Shilpi Somaya Gowda (my review)

Under the Jeweled Sky by Alison McQueen (my review) and Alison’s guest post on Growing Up Multiracial

Traveling the world in books is a fantastic way to learn about other cultures but we also want to let publishers know we’d like to see diverse books, especially by women of color.  Go to my guest post to see Lisa See’s AWESOME response to why she only writes about China.  If you’d like to know more about the We Need Diverse Books campaign, check out the We Need Diverse Books website or search for the #WeNeedDiverseBooks hashtag on Twitter.

 Which of these authors have you read and which are your favorite books? Who are your favorite international women authors? Who do I need to add to my list? 

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3 Comments

  1. The We Need Diverse Books campaign is awesome and I love seeing all these great posts 🙂 Great list of authors, sadly I haven’t read any of them heh.

    1. Lol, I am right there with you. So many more books I want to read than books I have read. Who are some of your favorite international women authors? Hope you get a chance to read one of these authors soon. Worth the time!

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