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Book: Women in Jazz - The Women, The Legends & Their Fight by Sammy Stein
This book is about women in jazz. It charts their journeys, celebrates their presence, hears their voices, wonders at their prowess and revels in their being. We hear from female agents, arrangers, composers, musicians, PR people, radio hosts, record label managers, singers, writers and more. These are their stories; their views of jazz and how they see the future. The established performers [...]
 
Book: Below the Beltway by Taylor Marsh
One badass woman and criminals who play for keeps. Some men don't know what they've got until it's too late. Alex is done with Brian but he hasn't gotten the message. Enter T.J. Gale, who falls hard when he meets her. But forces gather against them... ___ an excerpt of BELOW THE BELTWAY Brian Marks poured himself two fingers of whiskey. This had been easier than he thought. Kurtz had done her [...]
 
Book: Further Education by Richard Brennan
Further Education is an exciting culture clash between a working-class student full of common sense and experience of politics, and a group of dogmatic upper middle class students. The clash becomes murderous when the group invite an extremist to speak at their university. The book explores how political dogma can suck people in as well as the rise of materialism and misogyny among students. [...]
 
Book: Lifetime Movies... for Men by Mr. Satanism
Infamous film critic Mr. Satanism takes a break from the horror beat to deconstruct the critically-neglected but perennially popular sub-sub-genre known as the "Lifetime Original Movie". Why? Because with their paranoid plots, self-loathing misogyny, and heavily-stylized violence, many of these movies are as twisted as any horror flick, and Mr. Satanism calls them out on every cinematic misstep, [...]
 
Book: Appalachian Justice (Cedar Hollow Series) (Volume 1) by Melinda Clayton
Billy May Platte is a half Irish, half Cherokee Appalachian woman who learned the hard way that 1940s West Virginia was no place to be different. As Billy May explains, "We was sheltered in them hills. We didn't know much of nothin' about life outside of them mountains. I did not know the word lesbian; to us, gay meant havin' fun and queer meant somethin' strange." In 1945, when Billy May was [...]
 


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