7 Inspirational Books All Women (Everyone, Actually) Need  To Read



She Said

by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

“A testament to the importance of women believing and backing each other.”

Recommended by Marlee Silva, co-founder of Tiddas4Tiddas

Breaking Badly

by Georgie Dent

“An incredibly brave, beautifully written memoir about an early-20s nervous breakdown.”

Recommended by Jodie Fox, entrepreneur and author 

The Girls

by Chloe Higgins

“A visceral and evocative memoir of grief and how it ricochets through the lives of one family.”

Recommended by Jess Carrera, film producer and publicist


by Marjane Satrapi

“Profoundly original and inspiring storytelling; at once funny, riveting and devastating.”

Recommended by Bronwyn Birdsall, writer  

A Room of One’s Own

by Virginia Woolf

“Burns with restless inquiry and tackles the subject of women in fiction.”

Recommended by Chloe Cooper, writer

Thick & Other Essays

by Tressie McMillan Cottom

“The perfect mix of personal memoir and witty social commentary.”

Recommended by Felicity Robinson,  PRIMER co-founder 

The Moment Of Lift

by Melinda Gates

“A million miles from the kind of activist memoir you’d expect from a millennial writer.”

Recommended by Anna Saunders,  PRIMER co-founder 

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