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The Best Feminist Books Every Woman Should Read this National Read a Book Day

Sep 06, 2020 · 6 min read

Ladies, it’s time you put that Amazon Prime subscription to good use.

It’s National Read a Book Day and you know we’re all over it. Why? Because it gives us an excuse to educate ourselves, wind down with a good book and really feel empowered… all whilst Lounging at home in our comfies (obviously!)

Reading an awe-inspiring book written by successful and driven women can do wonders for your self-esteem and really give you that push you need. We all have challenges, hurdles and the odd mountain to overcome, so there’s nothing more inspiring than reading empowering books that truly inspire you to turn things around, even when things seem a little difficult. 

Written for women by women, these female empowerment books can start to make you think - if these women can do it, so can I and we’re alllll for motivation and positive thinking. We’re all Breasties here and we looovee to see women supporting women - books that empower females do just that! These inspirational books will give you all the motivation you need to really push yourself and start leading the life you desire.

So, pop your comfies on, grab a coffee and let us enlighten you with some female empowerment books that will inspire you to make positive changes in life.

We promise you, these womens’ messages will stay with you looong after the first page!

 

Girlboss by Sophia Amorouso

 

 

Inspired by the Founder and Executive Chairman of Nasty Gal, Girlboss tells the tale of Sophia Amorouso on her journey to success from high school drop-out to one of the most influential women in the fashion business.

This book is filled with brazen wake up calls, laughs, giggles and behind the scenes stories from Nasty Gal’s successful rise from a one-woman eBay store to international success. If you’re looking for a feminist book that really inspires you to take life and run with it, this is the book for you.

Purchase via Amazon here.

 

Becoming by Michelle Obama

 

 

Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most influential, iconic and awe-inspiring women of our time. As The First black African-American woman to serve as First Lady of the United States, this memoir truly cuts deep as a feminist book. Becoming is a female empowerment book like no other, telling the tale of Michelle Obama’s marriage to former President, Barack Obama, and her journey into The White House. She also tells her readers of the harrowing tales and experiences that have shaped her life so far, all of which are quite frankly, mesmerising. This is definitely a book that will empower you to the core. 

Purchase via Amazon here.

 

You Do You by Sarah Knight

 

 

Do you find it hard to say no? Sarah Knight’s You Do You is just what you need, girls. Being yourself should be the easiest thing in the world and nobody should ever challenge you on that (no, seriously). This feminist book helps you tackle those expectations, say no to society’s idea of ‘perfect’ and persist with being the Queeen that you truly are. This book teaches you everything you need to know as a woman - from knowing when to let yourself off the hook, bouncing back and over everything, standing tall. This is one of those empowering books you simply need on your bookshelf.

Purchase via Amazon here.

 

Feminists Don't Wear Pink (And Other Lies) by Scarlett Curtis

 

 

Girls, do you ever crave a pick me up? Something that makes you laugh with hysterics until your tummy hurts? We know we do! If that’s the case, Scarlett Curtis has just the thing for you. Filled with memoir-inspired essays from inspiring and influential women, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink has a bit of everything and explores what feminism truly means to a collection of women from all different backgrounds. There is no right way to being a feminist and these women really explore that (with some funny stories too, of course!)

Purchase via Amazon here.

 

Women Don't Owe You Pretty by Florence Given

 

Florence Given has been named a ‘powerhouse’ for female empowerment as a woman who relentlessly reminds women of their power and strength - sound familiar? Women Don’t Owe You Pretty is full of memorable illustrations, quotes and gentle reminders on how to protect your energy, be your bad-ass self and discover the love of your own life. As women, we sometimes forget that we don’t owe anybody anything and this book constantly reminds us of that. The female energy is strong with this one!

Purchase via Amazon here.

 

What a Time to Be Alone by Chidera Eggerue

 

 

Girls, let’s be honest...sometimes it can be difficult to find your place in such a challenging and stereotypical world that is obsessed with telling us that we’re not good enough. Scrap that - we know our worth and ‘The Slumflower’ aka Chidera Eggerue’s unstoppable and highly anticipated debut reinforces just that. Chidera Eggerue first made headlines with her #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER movement and we’re here for it - embrace your boobs, girls! Whether they’re saggy, perky, small, they are perfect and don’t let anybody tell you different!

This book will show you that being alone is okay and there is so much you can accomplish on your own without other people dragging you down. Be your own cheerleader, girls.

Purchase via Amazon here.

 


So, there we have it - six female empowerment books to inspire, uplift and motivate you this National Read a Book Day, no matter where you are in your life. Remember girls, we will always be there for you and even when you feel like the world is on your shoulders, there is always a resolution. We promise.

So, if you’re looking for books that empower females this National Read a Book Day, you need look no further. We told you we’ve always got you covered.

Go out there and be the best version of yourself possible. And above all, smash it. 

You’ve got this, girls.

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