Update Autorinnen Challenge A-Z – Literatur ist auch WEIBLICH

Reblogged from: Awogfli – Bookcroc

Neuestes Update! Ich freue mich sehr, dass  schon 15 Leute an der Autorinnenchallenge teilnehmen. Diese haben sich zwar mehrheitlich auf Goodreads gemeldet, als hier in Booklikes, aber das macht nichts – egal wo und wer liest und auch welche Autorinnen gewählt werden, je mehr Vielfalt desto besser.

Es haben sich auch spannende Diskussionen über die relativ exotischen Buchstaben X und Q Y ergeben. Ich habe hier ein paar Tipps zusammengefasst, denn es gibt tatsächlich auch mit diesen Anfangsbuchstaben ein kleines Angebot 🙂

Q: Anna Quindlen, Dai Qing, Rachel de Queiroz,
X: Xinran Xue,
Y: Yourcenar Marguerite, Yoshimoto Banana, Yousafzai Malala, Young Samantha, Yanagihara Hanya  

Falls Ihr noch zu anderen Buchstaben Hilfe braucht, meldet Euch bei mir.

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