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Interview with Annemarie van Haeringen, author of COCO AND THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS

By Heather Lennon

Meet Annemarie van Haeringen as we chat with her about her new book, Coco and the Little Black Dress.

NorthSouth Books: What inspired you to create a picture book about Coco Chanel? 458 more words

The Hunger in Plain View by Ester Naomi Perquin

Winter

Let this winter pass into another winter.
No more stately brooding. No bluebird’s eggs.
No driven mating or well-built nests.
I want the frost to blast the ground forever… 868 more words

A Woman in Berlin: Eight Weeks in a Conquered City by Anonymous

by Karen Van Drie

This is a very compelling wartime diary of what a women experienced living in Berlin at the end of World War II. 174 more words

Extraordinary Woman: Annika Spalding

 Annika Spalding is a writer; a Birmingham-born survivor of childhood and adulthood domestic violence, a former Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid employee, an activist, a single mother with a dream and a woman who is passionate about inspiring women to pursue their dreams. 1,637 more words

Self Publishing

Every Forum Ever

Hi all, I just finished my latest read, and I wonder if you could recommend¹ –

MARK LAWRENCE

– a book –

BRANDON SANDERSON

– to move onto – 153 more words

Ranting

Fade to Black by Zoë Beck

WEDNESDAY

1.

No one walks through London with a machete.

      Unless you count the two men passing him just now. Niall had already wrapped up taking pictures of the spot where the Effra River had once emptied into the Thames, when one of the two men looked back at him. 1,559 more words