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Author Recalls Childhood Steeped In Religious Fundamentalism & Poverty In New Memoir

Author Recalls Childhood Steeped In Religious Fundamentalism & Poverty In New Memoir

By Kelly J Beard My mother saw demons. I learned this while curled at her feet, eavesdropping on her conversations during Bible Study. She and three other women from Desert […]

December 18, 2018 ×
Immigrant And Author Chaithanya Sohan Talks Love And Loss In New Book ‘America Deconstructed’

Immigrant And Author Chaithanya Sohan Talks Love And Loss In New Book ‘America Deconstructed’

By Chaithanya Sohan I sat in my hotel room waiting to see him. It has been over seventeen years since I had seen my first love. The moment seemed too […]

December 5, 2018 ×
Author Explores How Midwives Changed The Lives Of Rural Women In WWII In New Book

Author Explores How Midwives Changed The Lives Of Rural Women In WWII In New Book

By Patricia Harman They say write what you know and all my books are stories about women, family, and women’s health, because I’ve spent the last 40 years of my […]

November 21, 2018 ×
The Importance of Taking a Mental Health Inventory After Experiencing Sexual Assault

The Importance of Taking a Mental Health Inventory After Experiencing Sexual Assault

By Chelsy Ranard In September 2018, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford gave her full testimony of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The world watched […]

November 12, 2018 ×
It’s 2018 And Some Female Authors STILL Have To Disguise Their Gender So Male Readers Won’t Be Turned Off

It’s 2018 And Some Female Authors STILL Have To Disguise Their Gender So Male Readers Won’t Be Turned Off

By LS Hawker The first time an Amazon reviewer referred to me as “Mr. Hawker,” I wasn’t angry. I wasn’t offended. My reaction was this: “It worked!” I confess that […]

November 7, 2018 ×
I Created A Product To Revolutionize The Sports Bra Market & Empower Warrior Women

I Created A Product To Revolutionize The Sports Bra Market & Empower Warrior Women

By Mari Thomas Wonder Woman, Xena, Buffy, Black Widow. These are all badass female warriors that a lot of us grew up watching on TV. Who wouldn’t want to be […]

November 6, 2018 ×
I Teach Women That “Everything Is Negotiable” So They Can Live Life On Their Own Terms

I Teach Women That “Everything Is Negotiable” So They Can Live Life On Their Own Terms

By Dr. Meg Myers Morgan When I was offered my first job out of college, at the age of 22, I accepted their offer, no questions asked. After all, this […]

October 25, 2018 ×
Author Donna Levin Says The Secret To Her Success Is Her Community Of Female Writers

Author Donna Levin Says The Secret To Her Success Is Her Community Of Female Writers

By Donna Levin ‘He Could Be Another Bill Gates’, my latest novel, journeyed a long, tortuous route from idea to printed page. Forget Sasquatch and the Loch Ness monster. The […]

October 18, 2018 ×
My Love Letter To The Netflix Film “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

My Love Letter To The Netflix Film “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

By Madison Baker [Note: Spoilers for the Netflix film “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” ahead!] I never thought I’d be writing a love letter to a teenage romantic […]

October 10, 2018 ×
How Demi Lovato’s Journey To Recovery Shows The Reality Of The Opioid Epidemic

How Demi Lovato’s Journey To Recovery Shows The Reality Of The Opioid Epidemic

By Chelsy Ranard On July 24, 2018, Demi Lovato was hospitalized after overdosing in her Hollywood Hills home. Throughout her life in the spotlight, Lovato has opened up about her […]

October 9, 2018 ×
How Emotion Sobriety Played A Role In My Recovery

How Emotion Sobriety Played A Role In My Recovery

By Tricia Moceo It’s no secret that every addict struggles with the foundational inability to shift our thinking and successfully process emotion. The common theme for my upbringing was complete […]

October 4, 2018 ×
How Discovering Maya Angelou As A College Student Led Me To Become An Award-Winning Author

How Discovering Maya Angelou As A College Student Led Me To Become An Award-Winning Author

By Dana Chamblee Carpenter Growing up in a small town in rural America can be stifling for anyone with a touch of wanderlust. But when you’re also a girl who […]

October 3, 2018 ×
‘Rants Of A Rebel Arab Feminist’ Book Shows The Danger Of Falling In Love In An Arab Land

‘Rants Of A Rebel Arab Feminist’ Book Shows The Danger Of Falling In Love In An Arab Land

By Farida D. Our society does not recognize love. It is a corrupted concept imported from the western world, manifested in Hollywood movies. You are arrested if you are caught […]

September 27, 2018 ×
My Journey From Addiction To Recovery Was Difficult. Here’s What Made It Possible

My Journey From Addiction To Recovery Was Difficult. Here’s What Made It Possible

By Crystal Hampton In today’s society the demands and expectations of women is often an unattainable goal. This can leave many of us exhausted, feeling depressed, with low self esteem, […]

September 24, 2018 ×
5 Working Tips On How To Deal With Prejudice While Being A Female Freelancer

5 Working Tips On How To Deal With Prejudice While Being A Female Freelancer

By Erica Sunarjo Women of the 21st century are more successful and involved in the shaping of our society than they have ever been before. We have female presidents, ministers, […]

September 19, 2018 ×