Yes, indeed, I'm joining another challenge. This one is just too good and perhaps too important not to support. This challenge is hosted by Aarti, Care, and Eva, but it was born on Twitter! See the Women Unbound Challenge blog for all the details and credits.
Here's the idea in a nutshell: pick a level of commitment (which includes both fiction and nonfiction) and read books related to women's issues. The definition is broad enough that everyone should be able to participate.
I'm going for the suffragette level, which requires that I read eight books, including at least three nonfiction, between November 1, 2009, and November 30, 2010. I'm going to try to stick with books I already own, but I may deviate.
Fortunately, we are not required to produce a reading list. I know that my nonfiction will likely be biographies and much of the fiction will be historical fiction. I read my fair share of feminist books in the 1970s and 1980s, and I'm looking forward to seeing the reviews by participants who are reading those books for the first time.
Don't be shy, think about joining in.