40 Famous Females and Their All-Time Favorite Reads

We Have a Galaxy of Great Books
It seems that behind every famous woman there is at least one famous book which has helped her making an outstanding career. Preity Smith contacted me sending the link to one awesome article that shows clearly how true that statement is. Here is one excerpt:
“Famous women, whether they’re actresses, journalists, writers or athletes, can serve as role models to women, and men, all around the world. While you probably shouldn’t emulate everything these famous women do, when it comes to reading they can help recommend some seriously great books you might not have to read for college or know to pick up at your local library. Here are forty celebrity women and the books they love, which might just become the books you love too.”
Would you like to find out more? Here is the link to the whole list:


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7 Responses to 40 Famous Females and Their All-Time Favorite Reads

  1. Dee says:

    Nice!! Thanks for the encouraging comment on Foucault's Pendulum – it is a hard read, and I think it makes sense to just keep reading without trying to understand everything.I had no idea who all those writers/philosophers are, the book refers to dozens and quotes from several!

  2. Im going to go take a look at this article.

  3. anachronist says:

    Dee don't be discourage, it is a difficult book and the author seems to play with the readers!Brooke let me know whose choice was the best in your opinion!

  4. Melissa says:

    Ooooh awesome, I'm going to check out this list because this sort of thing fascinates me! Thanks for posting this 😀

  5. anachronist says:

    You are welcome, thanks for visiting Melissa!

  6. Tracy says:

    I see Oprah's favourite book is Anna KareninaAnd I loved Foucault's Pendulum – definitely worth persevering with Dee.

  7. anachronist says:

    Maria Sharapova loved The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: who would guess tennis stars have enough time to read classics?

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