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Review: The Paris Seamstress

In brief ★★★★

In this sprawling historical epic, Lester takes us from contemporary Sydney to wartime Paris, with the New York of both thrown in, as Estella struggles to launch her fashion business in the 1940s, and her granddaughter Fabienne begins to unravel family secrets in 2016. 490 more words


Women Writers We Love: Ehlayna Napolitano

We have a very special interview this week with our own associate editor, Ehlayna Napolitano!  Her chapbook, penelope in the morning, was released earlier this year.   442 more words

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8 Steps to More Effectively Share a Message Step 4: Create a Booklet

You might believe this is an unnecessary step. You would be mistaken. A booklet serves many purposes in this process. Let’s see what some of them are: 540 more words


Stop Press! 10 Top Tips for Writing Press Releases

Got news? If you want to announce something to the world – for example, a new product or an event – then you need to get your story out there. 870 more words

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Motherhood and Writing: a Christian Perspective

As I mentioned before, I hit 25,000 words on Tuesday. I managed to squeak in extra writing time during a better-than-average nap time and thanks to an amazing husband who took over dinner time duties. 982 more words


Kate Chopin, Her letters (#Review)

There are a few American authors who, when they pop up as a Library of America (LOA) Story of the Week, I try to read. 840 more words

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"A Boy in Winter" by Rachel Seiffert

“Mykola had stuck with the nervous, the reluctant like himself among the newly recruited, until he’d learned that another man’s fear was nothing to trust in. 651 more words