This is a challenge that I didn’t pay much attention to in the foreground, or keep on top of in any way. I tracked the books I read and that was pretty much it. Leaving it to the me of today to sort through, review and organise things so that I can submit this completion post! Dear me, please provide future you with a gift for 2020 and do *some* of this before the last minute. Please.
In any case, I read 19 books for the Australian Women Writers Challenge this year, and reviewed all of them – on Goodreads, because I just wasn’t up to doing reviews on my blog this year. Maybe next year, maybe I’ll continue on Goodreads – I would like to make a habit of reviewing things closer to when I read them as it’s easy to let that slide.
I love this challenge and I love that several years down the track, it still brings me new authors! The books I read for the challenge this year include:
- Captive Prince (Captive Prince #1) by C.S. Pacat
- Prince’s Gambit (Captive Prince #2) by C.S. Pacat
- Kings Rising (Captive Prince #3) by C.S. Pacat
- Gemina (The Illuminae Files #2) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
- Obsidio (The Illuminae Files #3) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
- Caberet of Monsters by Tansy Rayner-Roberts
- Obernewtyn (Obernewtyn Chronicles #1) by Isobelle Carmody
- The Farseekers (Obernewtyn Chronicles #2) by Isobelle Carmody
- Shaeli of Purple Leaf by R.L. Aiken
- The Forever Ship (The Fire Sermon #3) by Francesca Haig
- Linesman (Linesman #1) by S.K. Dunstall
- Alliance (Linesman #2) by S.K. Dunstall
- Confluence (Linesman #3) by S.K. Dunstall
- Deadly Passion (Heaven’s Heart #1) by Amanda Pillar
- Benevolent Passion (Heaven’s Heart #2) by Amanda Pillar
- Winged Passion (Heaven’s Heart #3) by Amanda Pillar
- Ascending Passion (Heaven’s Heart #4) by Amanda Pillar
- Drowned Vanilla (Café la Femme #2) by Livia Day
- Dead Queen Walking (Castle Charming #4) by Tansy Rayner-Roberts
In other reading news, a lot of these were also from Beat the Backlist challenge, and if you want to see what my best books for the year were, take a look at my shelf on Goodreads.