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Winning Women: 2015 Nebula Awards

The most recent round of the Nebula Awards was an incredible set of wins for female SFF authors!

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Bookshelf: 10 Popular Female Authors

1. J.K. Rowling

2. Harper Lee

3. Jane Austen

4. Lois Lowry

5. Maya Angelou

6. Sara Gruen

7. Suzanne Collins

8. Toni Morrison

9. Laurie Halse Anderson… 6 more words


“My Brilliant Friend: Neapolitan Novels, Book One” by Elena Ferrante

I couldn’t figure out how this book came to be on my Kindle. Sometimes I forget I’m not the only person using my account! Thanks, J, for spotting this wonderful novel, which was originally published in Italian. 294 more words

Book Review: Pirate Princess by Catherine Banks

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

Can I start off by saying I love this cover? Like seriously. It’s so pretty and gorgeous and oh mai gawd those eyes! 409 more words

Book Reviews

Aasha: The Inspiration Book Review

Author: Sandhya Bachche , Sweta Chakraborty

Book Blurb:

A novel based on sex discrimination. The backdrop is a village in Maharashtra, India. The protagonist enumerates the story of her childhood while she resides in US with her husband and two children.

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Book Review: Bearly Awake by D.R Perry

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

Okay, I should have had this done days ago, at least in time for Self-Promo Friday in the NaNo group. 239 more words

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299. Sarah Kuhn (a.k.a. The Super Geek) -- Heroine Complex (An Interview)

Superheroes, and evil cupcakes, oh my!  Trish Matson and Mike Underwood join forces to explore Sarah Kuhn’s Heroine Complex. They discuss Kuhn’s approach to action and humor, the novel’s rich relationships, and even a little bit of Hamilton! 112 more words

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