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The Women’s Lit site on BellaOnline is designed to offer great book suggestions, written by women, for women, and to offer fun as well as factual information about the written word. Each week, I will post a new article. Have suggestions or questions? I’d love to hear them. Just send me an e-mail or go to the forum to share ideas, ask questions or discuss a favorite book you couldn’t put down.
Like you, I love to read, particularly women’s literature. Whether it’s true stories, the classics, or chic lit, I am always looking for people to talk about books with, and get suggestions for other great reads.
Many readers are also writers, and are searching to break into a certain genre as an author. If this is you, you’ll find ideas for sharpening your writing skills and breaking into the women’s literature market.
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