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Hero Poem: The Heroine (Can We Still Use that Word?)

The same and different
From the male equivalent
Uniforms both tight
Skirts instead of outer undies
A female badass
Strong and quick
Not willing to back down… 128 more words

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The 20-50 Experience

Never mind wishing eternal youth. It’s the brunch going, conversation-having, “I love me” saying 50-somethings whose bloom opposing ways we should aspire to. No longer in despair to uncover a faux existence with cosmic beauty and delight, these women, I do commend. 256 more words

My Hero, My Heroine called John

Yes, I may really be going ‘shaggy’ right? Which was one is this now with both a hero and heroine in one person with such a first name? 422 more words

Marie's Garden

The unnoticed heroines of the tendir bakeries

The women baking bread in the tendir bakeries are the unnoticed heroines of Baku and Azerbaijan. Day in and day out they do the hard and sweaty job at the tendir oven – even during the unbearable heat of August. 222 more words

Baku

It's Picture Perfect with Nikki Dee Houston

 

Errrrr…..how about no? I want to have some readers at the end of it.

SO I’ll have one reader? Nah. Not even for Ralpha-man.

Well, that was kind of hard after you did this with it. 523 more words

Writing

You Tell Me...

What is your favorite part of a romance story?

Is it the rush of butterflies when the heroine first meets the hero? The heart-pounding excitement that a simple brush of the hand can produce? 215 more words

Romance

Seven facts about Snotra from The Viking and The Courtesan

Wow….where have I heard that before?

 

Too right it should have been. As if any of these lovely ladies whose posts are up today—three of them are anyway, Sharon’s was already up–would be anything like Snotra. 337 more words

Writing