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January 4 2009 Women's Lit Newsletter

BellaOnline.com Women's Lit


Greetings Everyone! I hope everyone had a safe and happy new year. I spent my 2 days off reading Wifey by Judy Blume. When I was younger, I adored her books for children and was confused as to why I couldn't read this one! Now I know why! LOL What are you currently reading? My mailbox is always open to comments, suggestions, and feedback!

Here's the latest articles from the Women's Lit Site at BellaOnline.com

Here's the latest article from the Women's Lit site at BellaOnline.com.

Jodi Picoult - Author


A look at the works of Jodi Picoult. In her novels, she makes readers feel they are a part of the life of the character. You become absorbed in the events that are happening.

Chic Lit - A New Literature for Women


For the past five years or so a new type of women’s fiction has been taking readers by storm. The genre called Chic Lit or Chick Lit has hooked many readers despite the first doubts about the survival of these types of books.

There is a lot of other information on the site if these articles doesn't interest you. Simply visit http://womenslit.bellaonline.com for more great articles!

The Forums

I hope that the forum for the Women's Lit site takes off once again. It is a great place to discuss your favorite books, authors, or just general chit chat with other Women's Lit fans. I would love to talk to all of you there.


Around BellaOnline.com

Here are a few great articles from other Editors...

Edie Dykeman - Mystery Books

Mystery Writers of America (MWA) Grand Masters Award for 2009

The MWA Grand Masters Award winners for 2009 are James Lee Burke and Sue Grafton. Read a short bio of each that highlights their best known work.

Deb Bonam - Creativity Editor
Creative Ways to Make Money
With the economy on the downslope, many people are counting their pennies. Here are some creative ways to help make ends meet.

We are also looking for some great writers. There are many popular topics open! I have been writing here since November of 2004 and love it. If you would like more information, don't hesitate to write and ask! To find out what topics are open, see the following link.


Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Jeanette Stingley,

Women's Lit and Domestic Violence



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