Banned Books Written By Women
As banned book week begins, I thought we would take a look at books written by women that have been on a banned reading list.
Edith Wharton – First Woman Pulitzer Prize Winner
A look at Edith Wharton, the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with her novel The Age of Innoncence.
Interview with Author Melissa Foster
Melissa Foster's new release, Chasing Amanda, is a thrill a minute! She graciously let me ask some questions of her new work and discusses how she manages her times and future novels.
Interview with Melissa Foster
Last week, I wrote a review for a book called Megan's Way. Melissa Foster, the author, answered a few questions for me about the book and her experience writing it.
Interview with must-read author Shauna Niequist
Up and coming author of Cold Tangerines shares her insights on "Celebrating the Extraordinary Nature of Everyday Life," being real, juggling life's demands and finding faith where you least expect it.
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.
Mary Shelley - Author
A look at the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein.
Maya Angelou - Author
Maya Angelou, noted author, offers grace, humor and refreshing insights through her memoirs and personal essays.
Pen Names Use by Women Writers
There was a time when being a female writer was looked down upon and to their works published or even read by a large number of people, women writers had to use what is called a pen name or pseudonyms to disguise their identity.
Zora Neale Hurston - Author
A look at Zora Neale Hurston, author of Their Eyes Were Watching God.
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