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Themes in Women’s Literature
To help further define what women’s literature is and maybe spark a story idea for you, I have compiled some common themes and sub-genres in women’s literature.
Top 5 Books for Valentine's Day
My top 5 picks for Valentine's Day. Romance? Lost love? Or just steamy passion? What are my picks?
Torn by Julie Kenner
A review of the excellent Blood Lily Chronicles second book Torn.
Turned by Julie Kenner
The third and hopefully not final book of the Blood Lily Chronicles. This one grabs you in as soon as you start reading!
Twas the Night Book Review
Bev Marshall´s ability to let the reader inside her characters immediately draws readers into her new novel Hot Fudge Sunday Blues. The themes of judgment, religion, role modeling, coming of age is excellent for lively discussions!
Twilight – Book Review
Twilight by Stephanie Meyer is the first of a series that was intended to be geared more towards older teens but has taken the world by storm!
Unfaithfully Yours Book Review
Looking for a quick read but one that will not disappoint. Unfaithfully Yours by Anthony Patton may be the book for you.
Where to Find Free Kindle Ebooks
You have a Kindle but don't want to pay a lot for books? Here are some tips to find free books to read on your Kindle.
Wicked Appetite by Janet Evanovich
This is the first Janet Evanovich novel I have ever read. Is she one of my new favorite authors?
Winter Garden Book Review
When first beginning Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah, you may get the impression that this novel is going to be like so many books with the same core. Kristin Hannah takes a very different route with her story in Winter Garden.
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