Top Ten Tuesday: My Favorite Empowering Reads

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share ten favorite books from our favorite genre. Usually I would say that my favorite genre is classic literature, but lately I've been going through a bit of a tough patch with some personal things and have been trying to immerse myself in books that … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: My Favorite Empowering Reads

On Separating Women from their Work | Discussion

Today I'm here to talk about a thought-provoking topic that I've been pondering a lot in recent weeks: the correlation between women and their literary work. Should the success of a women's work be tied to her personal reputation in society? From an even broader angle, should the personal reputations of authors in general impact how … Continue reading On Separating Women from their Work | Discussion

NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees | Review

*** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. ** "In Not Just Jane, Shelley DeWees weaves history, biography, and critical analysis into a rip-roaring narrative of the nation’s fabulous, yet mostly forgotten, female literary heritage. As the country, and women’s roles within it, evolved, so did … Continue reading NOT JUST JANE by Shelley DeWees | Review

NOVEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up

One of my favorite months has come to a close, only to see the beginning of my favorite time of the year: the holiday season! But before we break out the Christmas lights and put up the tree (oops! Too late...) it's time for my November 2016 Monthly Wrap-Up. Here's what I've been up to … Continue reading NOVEMBER 2016 | Wrap-Up