Tag Archives: Feminism

Book Review: Don’t Turn Around by Jessica Barry

Two strangers, Cait and Rebecca, are driving across America. Cait’s job is to transport women to safety. Out of respect, she never asks any questions. Like most of the women, Rebecca is trying to escape something. But what if Rebecca’s … Continue reading

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The Don’t Turn Around Blog Road Trip

We’re hosting something a bit different today. To celebrate the publication of Jessica Barry’s Don’t Turn Around, I am joining a host of fantastic bloggers in sharing some chapters of the book, and exclusive content from the author. To read … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Space Academy by Hannah Hopkins – Guest Post

Today I’m pleased to host Hannah Hopkins, author of Space Academy as she talks about writing women in fiction. I think we can all agree that often women are not fully realised in fiction, and I’d be interested to know … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Magnificent Women and Their Revolutionary Machines by Henrietta Heald

In 1919, in the wake of the First World War, a group of extraordinary women came together to create the Women’s Engineering Society. They were trailblazers, pioneers and boundary breakers, but many of their stories have been lost to history. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Tangleweed and Brine by Deirdre Sullivan – A Week in the Life

I don’t know about you, but as a somewhat frustrated NaNoWriMo participant, I am fascinated by those writers who can manage to produce beautiful stories, while still managing to keep on with all the everyday bits of life. I personally … Continue reading

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