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The Neapolitan Novels

                                     Women Weep.  The Earth Laughs.


                                              The Neapolitan Novels

                                                      Elena Ferrante

                           My Brilliant Friend ( First published 2012)

                    The Story of A New Name ( First published 2013) 615 more words


What is your brand?

I have put a lot of miles on the Malibu this summer. Jim would be complaining about the mileage and wear and tear, but I think secretly he would be proud of me for getting out and not sitting home grieving. 400 more words


Meet My Main Character: Meryt Brownstone of Eternal Traces

This is part of a blog hop that I participated in a while back. During the Halloween Season, I’ll be running some FREE Kindle days for my paranormal romance series. 534 more words

Paranormal Romance

Indigenous Heroines > Chris Columbus

Cities all over the country are finally denouncing Christopher Columbus Day a.k.a. “That Terrible Guy Who Didn’t Really Discover Shit” Day and we love it! But why stop there? 49 more words


3 Book Heroines I Admire (and why)

Apparently, good girls are too boring.

Good morals are too unrealistic.

And purity is out of style.

Because the majority of 21st century literature has rolled up all that is clean and praiseworthy, and tossed it behind them, like outdated fashion. 929 more words



The Nobel Peace Prizes at their best set before us an array of great human spirits. The nine women Prizewinners clearly belong in this list. They come from a variety of backgrounds and represent a variety of forms of peace making. 294 more words