Alka Joshi’s debut novel “The Henna Artist” brings 1950s Rajasthan to life with themes of freedom and independence that connect all women.
Journey to the Back Woods of Cape Cod in “The Paper Palace” by Miranda Cowley Heller
Set in the back woods of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Heller’s ‘The Paper Palace’ shares a story that unfolds over 24 hours and across 50 years.
Set in Cambodia, “In the Shadow of the Banyan”, is a Novel of Hope and Resilience
Our June Book of the Month is Vaddey Ratner’s novel “In the Shadow of the Banyan”, a story of hope and resilience set in Cambodia.
Announcing Three New Selections for the 2022 JourneyWoman Travel Book Club
The votes are in! Our next three books take us to India, New Zealand and Guernsey.
Silvia Moreno-Garcia Blends Mexican History and Mythology in Adventurous Novel
Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s “Gods of Jade and Shadow” is a fantastical novel set in 1920s Mexico. blending mythology and history.
Set in Cyprus, “The Island of Missing Trees” by Elif Shafak is About Belonging and Identity
In the book “The Island of Missing Trees,” Elif Shafak gives voice to a fig tree from Cyprus to tell a story of belonging and identity.
Books for Adventurous Women: JourneyWoman and TripFiction Share Top Travel Reads for 2022
JourneyWoman and TripFiction are uniting women book lovers to bring a fresh perspective to books to expand your travel bucket list.
Tembi Locke’s Book “From Scratch”: A Memoir on Healing and Love Set in Sicily
Our December book club pick is Tembi Locke’s memoir, “From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily and Finding Home”, about her transracial romance with her Italian husband and her grief after his untimely death.
Wanda St. Hilaire’s Memoir Explores Solo Travel, Love and Adventure in “The Cuban Chronicles”
The JourneyWoman Book Club heads to Cuba as solo traveller Wanda St. Hilaire explores love and adventure in her 2009 memoir, “The Cuban Chronicles.”
Journey to the Arctic Circle With Sara Wheeler’s “The Magnetic North”
Travel with best-selling author Sara Wheeler to one of the earth’s most pristine places in “The Magnetic North: Notes from the Arctic Circle.”