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TTT: Recent TBR Adds

After typing these down, I realize my current TBR is filled with female authors (most in the YA genre). Totally not on purpose! I suppose that was my mood when I added the books to my list, though admittedly, I do read more YA fantasy in general, and I am never sorry for finding and reading so many female authors. 1,627 more words


REVIEW: Summer of My Amazing Luck by Miriam Toews

This was Toews’ first novel, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’ve loved some of her other books (All My Puny Sorrows) and hated others (Irma Voth), and I wondered on which side of this particular fence I’d fall. 324 more words

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Review: Bold Tricks by Karina Halle

Bold Tricks (The Artists Trilogy #3) by Karina Halle
Published by Hachette Book Group on August 20, 2013
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary Fiction
Pages: 855 more words

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Girl Power & Self-Publishing

“A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.”  Virginia Woolf, the original self-publishing guru, paved the way for many female authors who have chosen to by-pass the publishing house and publish their own books. 396 more words

Fundamental Female Literature That I Wish I'd Read in High School

Earlier today, I was reflecting on my primary education, and came to the realization that I only read three books that were not authored by men in the duration of my time in public school. 710 more words


Five fantastic books by female authors you've probably never heard of (but should!)

The world of publishing has been notoriously overcrowded with white men since its inception. Female authors generally have to fight for recognition and respect, and if they happen to be writing about women, that fight is even harder. 1,172 more words