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Book: Former First Lady by Ebony Edwards-Ellis
The American people--critics and allies alike--like to compare Barry and me to the Obamas. Like the Obamas, we are an African-American couple who ascended to the White House with two young daughters. Both presidents were Ivy League educated lawyers. And Michelle Obama and I, having both been born during the third week of January, occasionally celebrated birthdays on the King Holiday. What people [...]
 
Book: The One-Way Time Traveler by Tom DeMarco
Welcome to the future. Women are in control. Of everything. "An entertaining, thought-provoking, and unabashedly erotic book" - from the review by Harvey Ardman, best-selling author of The Final Crossing. Who knew? Women didn't just attain equality, they went motoring on past to achieve a powerful and determined matriarchy. John Donegal from our century finds himself in a future he could never [...]
 
Book: Memoir of A Royal Consort (Queens of Terrebonne Book 1) by Ebony Edwards-Ellis
When Captain Catherine Halsey returns from her deployment to Iraq, she is a wreck--physically and emotionally. Suffering from PTSD and from a partial foot amputation, Catherine lives out a lonely existence on the island of Terrebonne, a small island kingdom off the coast of Naples, Italy. Commissioned to write a memoir detailing her experiences in the war, Catherine instead offers up a searing [...]
 
Book: Deeper into the Pond - A Celebration of Femininity by Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Thischapbook is a Military Writers' Society Award Winner. Authors Magdalena Ball and Carolyn Howard-Johnson expect this fifth in their Celebration Series of chapbooks conceived to as inexpensive gifts or super-thoughtful greeting cards to be their most successful of all. Author Nancy Famolari says, "These poems speak to all the stages of a women's lives reminding us how far we've come and how [...]
 
Book: The Eternal Struggle - An Amorous Story by Lawrence Gordon Taylor
The narrative takes place in the 70s. I've chosen the categories literary, contemporary & historical fiction. The story presents a psychological portrait of gender struggle between the two main characters, James and Maud. The storytelling is character-driven, and the plot is minor, though there are a couple of surprises. For years James behaved like a playboy, shying away from a meaningful [...]
 
Book: My Journey Through War and Peace - Explorations of a Young Filmmaker, Feminist and Spiritual Seeker (Pathfinder Trilogy Book 1) by Melissa Burch
MEMOIR 2017 SILVER WINNER OF IBPA* BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AWARD 2016 SILVER Foreword INDIES AWARD WINNER Adventure For readers of Cheryl Strayed, Martha Beck, and Elizabeth Gilbert In this adventurous spiritual memoir, Melissa Burch discovers that by facing her near death, living outside her comfort zone and trusting her intuition, she could find herself and set a new course for her life. *Independent [...]
 
Book: Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art is a contemporary art history book that documents Kyra Belan's art. She is a post modern artist who is interested in equal rights for women, ecological issues, and animal rights. For over three decades Belan has been creating her social issues artworks. She proposes that women's mythologies, history, and philosophical values must assume a mainstream position [...]
 
Book: Raising Strong Daughters From the Inside Out by Diana DeLaHaye, LMHC
This is a book for parents of daughters. It is a book for awareness and knowledge on how to approach raising daughters that believe in themselves and their strength. To give your daughters the keys to their lives will happen if you can be a role model that does not see anything in a girls gender that could limit them. To challenge your own beliefs and societies will help you see clearly how to [...]
 
Book: The Slayer Saga - Soulless - Book One by L.S. Engler
Where the undead roam, destruction is sure to follow. The legendary Slayer of the Soulless has vowed to protect the world from the ravenous monsters that destroyed society centuries ago. But when a dark plot to murder her is revealed, she must embark on a quest to find the one person who may have the ability to help her. Banded with a small group of survivors, she seeks out the Queen in her [...]
 
Book: After His Affair - Women Rising from the Ashes of Infidelity by Meryn G. Callander
The discovery of your partner's cheating shatters the very core of your being. It's difficult to value and to allow our grieving, our anger, our rage, even our shame, the time and space to move us into a deeper life. We're supposed to just get over it, and move on. Anger is not nice, causes trouble, and grieving is a bummer. Yet it is natural and healthy to feel angry when violated, and to grieve [...]
 
Book: Principles from the Book of Micah for Our Time by Collin Carbno
Micah is concerned about what is wrong in his society, the crisis it is facing. This book looks at the situation in Israel at the time of Micah. Micah provides God's message to the people of his time. Over sixty direct principles that we can apply today are pulled directly from the text of Micah. A comparison with economic crisis of today is also done. In the process of pulling out principles the [...]
 
Book: The Fiery Alphabet by Diane Lefer
It's dangerous for a girl to be a mathematical prodigy in eighteenth-century Rome. Daniela Messo and her father withdraw from the world, but Giuseppe Balsamo arrives with his occult magic and the claim that Daniela has inherited the secrets of a long-dead Jewish mystic. Posing as wonder-working pilgrims, they swindle their way across Europe, ever further east, en route perhaps to Jerusalem or to [...]
 
Book: Trading Dreams by J L Morin
Finally! A humorous novel that tosses corruption onto the horns of the Wall Street bull. TRADING DREAMS slams the forces that hijacked the economy in a tale that is funny, thrilling and spiritual. Author J.L. Morin unveils the ironies of established Wall Street greed to the baseline of a grassroots Occupy movement. This redemption story depicts the pitfalls of a new-hire at a bank. When her [...]
 
Book: Margaret of the North by E Journey
An enduring romance, a guilty pleasure. This sequel takes off from the titillating ending of the BBC miniseries, North and South, based on Elizabeth Gaskell's novel. John Thornton and Margaret Hale honeymoon in a vibrant mid-century Paris when impressionism was beginning to take hold and cafes were the place to be. They spend days of ease in Cadiz with her brother and his Spanish wife. These [...]
 
Book: Chinawoman's Chance (Portia of the Pacific Historical Mysteries - Volume 1) by James Musgrave
A work of Chinese fiction and feminism mystery, a touchstone of the modern-day feminist movement of Chinese and American women standing against sexism and racism in America.If you liked Chinese American classics "Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy", "Everything I Never Told You", and "Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane" you'll enjoy the story of the 19th century heroine, Clara Foltz, Esq."An engaging mystery [...]
 
Book: She - Crossroads of a Woman by Fatima Abdalla
"She: Crossroads of a Woman" is a unique self-help book as it contains true-to-life stories of wonderful women in their quest for liberty and happiness. It may not have all the answers but will surely touch a woman's issue no matter how unique or exclusive she may have thought it was for her. The cornerstone of a woman's strength and weakness is her feminity, and unless she learns to thread on [...]
 
Book: The 1918 Shikoku Pilgrimage of Takamure Itsue - An English translation of Musume Junreiki by Susan Tennant
A young woman of 24 set off alone in 1918 to walk the 1400 kilometre pilgrimage route around the island of Shikoku. Her dream of a solitary journey ended when an old man of 73 met early on her journey insisted that he accompany her as servant and protector because he believed that she was an attendant of Kannon Bosatsu. This book is her account of their extraordinary experiences during the five [...]
 
Book: A Woman's Way by Sofia Diana Gabel
A Woman's Way is a novel based on the life story of the 19th century French Feminist, Maria Deraismes. Sofia Diana Gabel blends historical fact with fiction as she details Maria Deraismes' struggle against misogynistic men and the French government during the turbulent 1870s in Paris. Maria gets involved with the Paris Commune in 1871 and rallies behind the new socialist government, thinking it [...]
 
Book: Four Uncles and a Wedding by Emma Carlyle
TARA First Impressions Award finalist - Polly Faith Harmony is the ultimate ecumenical love child. Born to former hippies turned millionaire entrepreneurs, she's one part Jewish, one part Catholic, one part Episcopalian, and one part Unitarian hence her name. Could have been worse. Her Flower Power parents might have named her Polly Esther. Aside from her joke of a name, her great-uncles, one [...]
 
Book: Nasty Women's Almanac - Poetry Edition - Feminine Voice Striving Toward a Brighter Day by Lorelei Kay
One of the many deplorable events in the 2016 election occurred during one of the final moments of the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Donald interrupted Hillary while she was answering a question by calling her a "nasty woman." His comment immediately created a feminist rallying cry. Within minutes, #NastyWoman and #IAmANastyWoman were trending on social media [...]
 
Book: Iron Maidens - The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World by Kristin Kaye
Kristin Kaye believed fate had delivered her to Broadway when, at age twenty-three and fresh from drama school, she was hired as the playwright and director of a one-night only extravaganza at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. The show she'd been hired for? The Celebration of the Most Awesome Female Muscle in the World, a stage production featuring twenty-five of the world's most muscular [...]
 
Book: You Can't Buy Love Like That - Growing Up Gay in the Sixties by Carol E. Anderson
A young lesbian girl grows beyond fear to fearlessness as she comes of age in the '60s amid religious, social, and legal barriers. Carol Anderson grows up in a fundamentalist Christian home in the '60s, a time when being gay was in opposition to all social and religious mores and against the law in most states. Fearing the rejection of her parents, she hides the truth about her love orientation, [...]
 
Book: Out of the Shadows - The Life and Works of Mary de Morgan by Marilyn Pemberton
Who was Mary De Morgan and why should she be dragged out of the shadows cast be her illustrious parents, her male siblings and the members of the Arts and Crafts circle in which she moved; why should the academic spotlight be shone onto her life and works? De Morgan (1850-1907) was undoubtedly a woman of her time: she was unmarried and therefore one of the million or so odd women who had to earn [...]
 
Book: Bethann - Love creates a will to survive by N.R. Mitgang
"A love story like few others. " -- Terry P, Brooklyn, NY - "A great book written with great warmth." -- Evelyn, Queens, NY - "I finished reading Bethann. What an emotional, heart-wrench story. Had me crying. Great job, hope it becomes a best seller." --Lisa B., New Jersey - "I enjoyed it lots, especially since it has a publishing theme. Hope it sells tons." -- Phyllis N., Texas - Set in the [...]
 
Book: White Spirit (A novel based on a true story) by James & Lance Morcan
Based on the remarkable true story of Irish convict John Graham, WHITE SPIRIT is an epic historical adventure set in 19th Century Australia. After escaping from the notorious Moreton Bay Penal Settlement, Graham finds refuge with the Kabi, a tribe of Aborigines who eventually accept him as one of their own. Attempts to recapture Graham are orchestrated by a variety of contrasting characters [...]
 
Book: Love of Shadows (The Healer's Shadow) by Zoe Brooks
I always felt most alive, when I was healing. Without healing I was a tin top spinning out of kilter soon to catch the ground. It took all my energy to hold myself from skidding into chaos. But in the city of Pharsis traditional women healers are banned from practising and the penalty for breaking the law is death by hanging. After being arrested and interrogated twice, Judith is careful to avoid [...]
 


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