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Then She Was Born

It’s hard to even know where to start when describing Then She Was Born by Cristiano Gentli. The description doesn’t do it justice. This is a complex novel that has several sub plots and themes, but at the heart of the story is a young girl trying to find where she fits within society. 564 more words

The Idea of You

The Idea of You by Amanda Prowse (Contemporary Fiction)

This tale is meant to be a tearjerker as we witness the heartbreak of forty-year-old newlywed Lucy who wants a baby with a terrible fierceness but cannot carry a pregnancy past the first trimester. 297 more words

Book Review

International Women’s Day 2017 #BeBoldForChange Books

Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). The UN adopted this internationally celebrated day in the late 20th century, but did you know that the historic roots of IWD can be found in Russia dating back to 1917… 280 more words


Gail Ward Olmsted "Jeep Tour"

Are women over 30 allowed to have a life? Do they get a second chance when the winds of fate blow them across a barren plain? 230 more words


Guest Review: The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty - @mgriffiths163

Today, my guest reviewer Mandie gives her thoughts on The Fifth Letter by Nicola Moriarty.

The Official Book Blurb

A fun vacation game turns destructive, exposing dark secrets, deeply buried grudges, and a shocking betrayal in Nicola Moriarity’s intriguing debut. 717 more words


Sally's Cafe and Bookstore - New on the Shelves - Both Sides of Love by Kimberly Wenzler

I doubt that it has escaped your attention that it is Valentine’s Day on Tuesday.  So what better way to start the week than sharing some romance. 982 more words

Book Promotion

Women, books and power

I created these pieces to celebrate literature by women* and its ability to reach across generations, inspire readers, and teach girls and women the lessons learned by our predecessors in the struggle for equality. 179 more words