Tagged with " strong women"
Souls Entwined by Anne B. Cole
By     |    Apr 2, 2015
Posted in: Books, Paranormal, Romance, Spirit Lady     |    2 Comments

Souls Entwined by Anne B. Cole

{Camille Faye here.} Today I’ll be showcasing my friend and fellow Soul Mate author, Anne B. Cole and her paranormal/fantasy romance called Souls Entwined. Thanks for reading and have an empowering day! About Souls Entwined: A tree crashes upon two strangers. Time stands still. A cursed family heirloom catapults eighteen-year-old Gretta Dobbs back in time with Sam Daggett, who reluctantly agrees to help despite an instant infatuation with her. Their souls entwine within the […]

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My Blogger Origin Story
By     |    Mar 26, 2015
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing, Zen DiPietro     |    6 Comments

My Blogger Origin Story

{Camille Faye here.} On my marketing quest, I ran across a site entitled “Women of Badassery” and I thought it was an extremely cool concept to highlight the strong, bad-ass women of fiction. We love strong women here on The Lit Ladies blog, so much so that we’re hosting a “Woman Power Week.” Be sure to check out this week’s other posts about other fabulous women writers. As it turns out, […]

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Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)
By     |    Nov 11, 2014
Posted in: Books, Interviews with Authors, Martha Conway, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    7 Comments

Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)

We are very excited to welcome Martha Conway to the Lit Ladies today with her historical fiction literary novel, Thieving Forest. It’s FULL of strong female characters, which we love. Here’s a snippet from the WOW! blog post that launched the book almost a month ago: “When a band of Potawatomi Indians kidnaps her four older sisters from their cabin in June 1806 at the edge of Ohio’s Great Black […]

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Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark
By     |    Sep 23, 2014
Posted in: Books, C. Hope Clark, Guest Blog, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    6 Comments

Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark

You probably know the famous newsletter that everyone says you should subscribe to if you’re a writer: “Funds for Writers.” Our Lit Lady, Busy Lady (AKA Brandi Schmidt/Elle Sharpe), found her publisher for The Kindling in this newsletter. Today, we have the founder/editor/writer of “Funds for Writers,” C. Hope Clark, who is also known for The Shy Writer and The Carolina Slade Mystery series, on our blog, talking about strong […]

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Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)
By     |    Jul 29, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Lori Robinett, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    8 Comments

Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)

Tooting our Own Horns by Lori Robinett (http://www.lorilrobinett.com) Who is Lori? Lori is a writing friend of Margo’s, Sandwich Lady. She is here today to share her wisdom with us. Official bio: Lori lives in Callaway County, Missouri, with her husband and assorted critters. She is a creative soul trapped in a paralegal’s body. As a child, she wrote pages and pages in longhand. As a teenager, she pounded away […]

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Project Unbreakable Is Something We All Should Read
By     |    Jul 8, 2014
Posted in: Advocating, Parenting, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women     |    No Comments

Project Unbreakable Is Something We All Should Read

I’ve said it about many issues in the world–education is the key. You can start solving many unbelievable problems in the world by educating yourself and your family. If we choose to turn our heads or let someone else deal with the problem, you can guarantee it will continue.  This is why I am discussing Project Unbreakable today. What is it? Project Unbreakable is a blog on tumblr.com. Here’s what […]

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Top 8 Practical Ways to Make #LikeAGirl A Great Thing
By     |    Jul 1, 2014
Posted in: Family, Parenting, Sandwich Lady, Sports, Strong Girls and Women     |    2 Comments

Top 8 Practical Ways to Make #LikeAGirl A Great Thing

There’s been a rather disturbing video going around Facebook and Twitter the last couple days. It’s an ad by Always, and it’s showing how the words #LikeaGirl often give a negative connotation. I have posted the video below, but if you don’t want to take the time to watch it (although it’s powerful and only 3 min. long), basically, there are girls probably in high school that the narrator asks […]

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