Introducing book of the month challenges on Ladies Again

Ladies Again Book of the MonthThe mission of Ladies Again is not just to hate on feminists, but to help today’s women to reclaim their femininity. For this reason, we are introducing a “Book of the Month”.

What this means is that every month, we will be introducing a new book that exemplifies our mission that we will read together as  a group.

But to add to the fun of it, we will only be picking (what I like to call) “process books”. These are books that not only teach a lesson, but also contains some step-by-step guidelines, tutorials or processes that we can follow to actually produce a real and tangible transformation.

Better still, we’ll be issuing challenges to our readers and subscribers to encourage participation. The challenges will be relevant to whatever the book is about, and people will be given specific instructions. The challenges will not be hard, and designed to teach you how to do something (not to overtax you). Most likely, the challenges will be taken directly from the book of the month. So, as much as it is possible, try to get your hands on a copy of the book. We will put as much information about the challenges on here as possible, but it’s always better to get the book to help you understand more.

So, here’s the process:

Step 1. Purchase the textbook of the month.

Step 2. Follow along each week by reading the “selected reading”.

Step 3. Keep looking out for the weekly challenges.

Step 4. Submit your assignments either via comment box or email.

Step 5. People who complete assignments will be entered into drawings to win prizes. Keep checking back to see the winners of the challenges.

As always, if you have any questions, comments or even suggestions for a book you want us to work with; drop a comment in the comments section or email us! We look forward to hearing from you!

Author: African Femininity

African Femininity is a first generation American-born Nigerian. That basically means, her parents were immigrants and raised her with a mix of selective cultural values from both traditions. Needless to say, this left her with a very dissonant understanding of what being a “lady” meant. Now, as an un-married 30 year old woman, she is on a mission to delve to the root of being a woman in a world where conflicting cultural values and traditions are leaving many confused and disillusioned. She use the power of the pen to defend a woman’s right to choose her own lifestyle: be it housewife, social climber or being conventionally employed. Check out her Amazon author page for books written by her at

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