Book Reviews

My Favorite Reads of the Summer

As summer prepares to leave us and look back at gloriously warm carefree days I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to reflect on some of my favorite poolside reads. To form this list I chose books that were read between May 1st and September 1st (when I officially began my fall reading). Shanghai Girls… Continue reading My Favorite Reads of the Summer

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Book Review: Woman Enters Left

“Movies always begin with a panorama. A Skyline. A beach. A cactus-dotted desert. Rome, Paris, Honolulu, New York City. This one opens in Los Angeles…” I am so excited to be a part of the kick off for this book tour. This uniquely written book feels both innovative and familiar. In many ways, it feels… Continue reading Book Review: Woman Enters Left

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My Fall TBR List

Can you smell the pumpkin spice on the wind? It is the beginning of the best time of year. There really is no beating it, between 3 wonderful holidays, the cooler temperatures and pumpkin everywhere… Just as it is important to make sure one’s fashion is on point (ie: leggings, boots, cozy sweaters), one must… Continue reading My Fall TBR List

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Fierce Femme Friday a Spotlight on Sarah’s Secret

For today’s Fierce Femme Friday we are going to take a look at the book Sarah’s Secret. A gut wrenching tale based on actual family lore. Sarah’s Secret: A Western Tale of Betrayal and Forgiveness by Beverly Scott Publication Date: January 31, 2017 eBook & Paperback; 306 Pages Word Project Press Genre: Fiction/Historical/Western Follow the paths… Continue reading Fierce Femme Friday a Spotlight on Sarah’s Secret

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Fierce Femme Friday: Alice Allison Dunnigan

Today’s Fierce Femme Friday is brought to us by Michele Leivas. Many of you know her from our podcast, Wine, Women and Words but what you probably don’t know is that she is a great journalist. **** Russellville is a small town in Logan County, Kentucky. Its population hovers just around 7,000 residents and it… Continue reading Fierce Femme Friday: Alice Allison Dunnigan

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Guest Post: Casanova Was a Feminist

“A beautiful woman has a mind of her own.” –Giacomo Casanova Casanova’s name is synonymous with the pursuit of sex. We may envy and admire him for getting what he wanted, but people hardly think of him as a role model or advanced thinker beyond his, um, organ of pleasure.   Yet Casanova was a… Continue reading Guest Post: Casanova Was a Feminist