• Check in to the International Chick Lit Month website every day during May for great posts, book reviews and giveaways.
• If you attend a book club, suggest a chick lit title for their May selection.
• Encourage your local library to set up a display of some of their most popular chick lit books.
• If you have friends who love chick lit too, why not organise a book swap night where you all bring along books you have finished reading, and swap them for new ones.
• If you have a lot of books clogging up your bookshelves or stored in boxes in the garage, maybe it’s time to do a clean-up. You could sell them through a garage sale or donate them to your local charity shop, school or care centre. You could even band together with friends and run a book stall, with the proceeds going to your favourite charity.
• Invite the girls over for a chick flick night. Pick movies that have been adapted from books, such as PS I Love You, Bridget Jones’s Diary, In Her Shoes and Confessions of a Shopaholic.
• Get along to a screening of the new movie Something Borrowed starring Ginnifer Goodwin and Kate Hudson. It’s based on Emily Giffin’s best-selling novel.
We’d love to hear your suggestions.