WIN! A set of 25 winning novels & an exclusive framed print from the Women’s Prize for Fiction

The Women’s Prize for Fiction is the UK’s most prestigious annual book award celebrating and honouring fiction by women. This year marks its 25th anniversary and to celebrate, the Prize is inviting you to take on the #ReadingWomen challenge and read all 25 previous winning books, including 2020’s winner Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell.

You can make sure you support your favourite winning author by casting a vote for your ‘Winner of Winners’ of 25 years of the Prize, who will be crowned at a celebratory virtual event next month. The vote closes on November 1st at midnight, so get your voice heard now: https://bit.ly/Choose_Your_Winner

And in honour of their 25th anniversary, we’ve teamed up with the Women’s Prize for Fiction to offer a full set of the 25 Prize winning novels to two lucky readers, including the likes of Zadie Smith’s On Beauty and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun, along with an exclusive framed print featuring new and bespoke illustrations representing each winning book by artist Victoria Sawdon to commemorate this milestone.

To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, simply enter your details below. Good luck!

The 25 Women’s Prize for Fiction winning novels:

  • Helen Dunmore, A Spell of Winter
  • Anne Michaels, Fugitive Pieces
  • Carol Shields, Larry’s Party
  • Suzanne Berne, A Crime in the Neighborhood
  • Linda Grant, When I Lived in Modern Times
  • Kate Grenville, The Idea of Perfection
  • Ann Patchett, Bel Canto
  • Valerie Martin, Property
  • Andrea Levy, Small Island
  • Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin
  • Zadie Smith, On Beauty
  • Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun
  • Rose Tremain, The Road Home
  • Marilynne Robinson, Home
  • Barbara Kingsolver, The Lacuna
  • Téa Obreht, The Tiger’s Wife
  • Madeline Miller , The Song of Achilles
  • A.M. Homes, May We Be Forgiven
  • Eimear McBride , A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing
  • Ali Smith, How to Be Both
  • Lisa McInerney, The Glorious Heresies
  • Naomi Alderman, The Power
  • Kamila Shamsie, Home Fire
  • Tayari Jones, An American Marriage
  • Maggie O’Farrell, Hamnet