During Women’s History Month, we’d like to highlight the many wonderful contributions of women to the world of literature. But with so many great choices available, it can be hard to determine which woman author you should read first. Fortunately, the bookworms at Writer’s Relief have put together a fun quiz to help you decide! Here’s how you can discover your Women’s History Month best book choice. (And hey, it’s a whole month, so you can read them all!)
Quiz: Your Best Book To Read During Women’s History Month
Choose your favorite breakfast:
- Strawberry-stuffed French toast
- Cereal and milk
- Coffee and an everything bagel
- Fruit parfait
Choose a color that matches your personality:
Which activity do you enjoy most:
- Walking in the park
- Watching a movie
- Riding a roller coaster
- Attending a concert
Which song lyrics best match your mood:
- “I think to myself, what a wonderful world.” — Louis Armstrong
- “Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?” — Katy Perry
- “I always feel like somebody’s watching me.” — Rockwell
- “We are the champions, my friends. And we’ll keep on fighting ’til the end.” — Queen
How would you describe your fashion sense?
- Practical and classic
- Casual and carefree
- Comfy and cozy
- Unique and expressive
Where would you like to spend the day reading?
- In a house with a big garden
- In a bungalow on the beach
- In a mountain cabin
- In a loft in the city
What helps you sleep?
- Your favorite blanket
- Lots of pillows
- A nightlight
- A white noise machine
Shubeik Lubeik by Deena Mohamed
Your wish for a great read has come true! Set in an alternate Cairo where wishes can be granted—for a price—this graphic novel follows three people who want wishes fulfilled and reveals how those wishes change their perspectives and lives. Filled with mythic monsters, angels, and other exciting elements, this brilliant debut is full of spunk and energy.
The Survivalists by Kashana Cauley
Kashana Cauley has serious comedy credentials, and her wit is on full display in this book! Aretha is a Black, successful lawyer climbing the corporate ladder. But after moving in with her boyfriend, Aaron, Aretha finds herself surrounded by his doomsday prepping roommates. As Aretha is exposed to the underground world, she examines what it means to be successful in the corporate world when doomsday may be just around the corner.
This horror-laced story explores the boundaries of dreams, reality, and culture. Intense dreams of a murder of crows haunt Mackenzie as she grieves the death of her sister. But the crows begin stalking her in the day as well, and Mackenzie receives threatening texts that are supposedly coming from her sister, Sabrina. She turns to her family for support, but ultimately must face what really happened at the lake on the night of her sister’s death.
Hijab Butch Blues: A Memoir by Lamya H
This brave, hopeful memoir is one of the most anticipated books of 2023. While living in the Middle East, Lamya spent her teenage years wrestling with her attraction to women as well as her faith in Allah. To make sense of what she’s feeling, Lamya ultimately compares her experiences and struggles to some of the most famous stories in the Quran. This coming-of-age collection of essays reveals how Lamya came to own her identity as a queer Muslim immigrant.
Start with the quiz’s book recommendation based on your answers, and then move on to read more books from this list of great reads!
Question: Which book will you be reading? Tell us the title in the comments!