As I write this tonight I can hear thunder and lightning, so much stormy weather around us at the moment.  Our year has certainly thrown us many curve balls and the unpredictable weather has added to it.  One thing that has remained a positive throughout the year has been the wonderful contributions by reviewers who have chosen to read general fiction.  It has been an absolute joy reading through your reflections of the novels you have really enjoyed, the ones that exceeded your expectations.

I have noticed the following reviewers pop up every month, sometimes with more than one review so thank you for your contributions and your advocacy for Australian Women Writers.

Marianne’s Reviews           Sharon Hill          Carolyn Scott

Veronica@ Burgeoning Bookshelf     mrsbbookreviews

Theresa Smith Writes  Jennifer Cameron Smith.   Shelleyrae@Bookd’out

Brenda’s Reviews    Helen’s Reviews    Tracey (Carpe Librum)

And so to the most reviewed General Fiction Books in 2021 – the top 25 in alphabetical order by author!

















Hopefully there are some here on this list that you might like to dive into if you haven’t had the chance.  Wishing you all the very best for the festive season and I am sure you will enjoy the following round-ups as we bring the year to a close.

As this will be the last post from me I would like to say thanks to everyone who has taken the time to contribute not only this year but over the course of the AWW Challenge.  You may be aware it will be changing its focus in 2022, for more information please read the ‘About’ section on the blog.

Happy reading and I hope there are some wonderful reading surprises for you over the holiday period and beyond.