If you are looking for more inspiration this weekend, there is a collection of books written by women that you can download for free this weekend only. 7 books were made available on Atria Books in honor of the women’s march in an effort to keep us motivated and engaged.
The books, by female authors including Janet Mock and Issa Rae, “are a collection of books that will inspire and empower women,” the Simon & Schuster imprint said in a statement. “All are stories of strong women overcoming adversity, taking second chances, and figuring out their place in the world.”
The books include Insecure star/creator Issa Rae’s Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl; Britt-Marie Was Here by Fredrik Backman; House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende; Girl Who Escaped ISIS by Farida Khalaf; Things I Should Have Told My Daughter by Pearl Cleage; Niña Alemana (The German Girl Spanish Edition) by Armando Lucas Correa; and Redefining Realness by Janet Mock.
There is a limit on downloads, only 5000 per copy which is probably why I did not see Issa Rae’s book on the list. (I assume all the copies were taken)
Click here to see the list of available books left – ATRIA BOOKS