3 Books by Women Writers Who Carved A Niche For Themselves

Reading books written by women writers, offers a unique perspective to readers. Women have a different way of expressing their emotions and that is reflected in literary works by women writers. Platforms like Aceviewer are known to collect the best works from around the world. Since women empowerment is on an all time high, there is no dearth on books that inspire women. Let’s look at some hard-hitting books written by women.

Near to the Wild Heart by Clarice Lispector

This book is gripping and one that will leave readers wanting for more. A novel that flicks back and forth through the memories and life of a wild, carefree and mostly amoral young woman named Joana. The writer burst onto the Brazilian literary scene at a very young age and went on to write gripping stories that earned a lot of acclaim. This work remains one of the most important modernist work that was ever created.

Bossypants by Tina Fey

Tina Fey is known for her stellar comic timing and her sass. Everyone knows Tina Fey is awesome, but most people aren’t aware of the difficult, uphill struggle she went through to establish a spot in the world of comedy, as a female. Bossypants is hilariously funny book that motivates and empowers women to take bold steps in attaining their dreams. Instead of complaining about the injustices of the world, women should learn to laugh off the nonsense and earn their way up.

A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf

Woolf’s famous 1929 book-length essay takes the reader on the journey to explore the writer’s plight. Because Woolf is one of the greatest writers of all time, she brilliantly talks about physical and psychological space for women to create art. She talks about the importance of having something that women can hold on to and explore on their own. In a more poetic sense, a room of one’s own.

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