Final Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Our final group question: If you could meet any of the authors you read for this event, which one would you meet, & why? What would you ask her? Here’s the last check-in for the 2016 Women’s Classic Literature Event. We would love to know how you did? We have a few weeks left till the year … Continue reading Final Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

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Fourth Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Our October group question: Share the most memorable scene from one of your reads for this event in the comments below (or at your blog). You can share the book's title or ask people to guess. 🙂 Hello, friends! Here’s the fourth check-in for the 2016 Women’s Classic Literature Event. We would love to know how you’re doing … Continue reading Fourth Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Third Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Our July group question: Describe the writing style of your current author for this event, or if you prefer, your favorite author for the event so far. How does she form a sentence, or get to the next scene, or keep readers riveted? Answer below, or at your blog. (Completely voluntary, of course.) Hello, friends! Here’s the … Continue reading Third Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Second Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Our April group question: Share an interesting fact about the life of the author you're currently reading for this event. This might take some research. You can share below or write up a pretty post for your blog, if you're feeling creative. 🙂 Hello, friends! Here’s the second check-in for the 2016 Women’s Classic Literature Event. Who’s still with … Continue reading Second Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

First Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

Our first group question: Without revealing spoilers (obviously), describe how the opening of your current read for this event draws you in. Is it the language? the suspense? the voice? Why are you compelled to keep reading? If you're interested, you can share in the comments below or at your blog. (We'll have a little question like this … Continue reading First Check-In: Women’s Classic Literature Event 2016.

“Then the curtain rose.” – A Survey for the Women’s Classic Literature Event. :)

Hey everyone! We're really excited that you're liking the idea of the Women's Classic Literature Event. We thought we'd toss up an introductory survey for anyone hoping to participate who likes introductory surveys. We just thought it would be fun, & help us touch base with one another. You can answer these any time at your … Continue reading “Then the curtain rose.” – A Survey for the Women’s Classic Literature Event. 🙂

Announcing the Women’s Classic Literature Event.

Have you ever read A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf? There's this scene in the essay where Woolf's narrative persona is in the British Museum and can't find a proper history on women. She can find a whole bunch of books by men about what women think, what they should think, what they shouldn't think, … Continue reading Announcing the Women’s Classic Literature Event.