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September 5, 2023 Adriana Kraft 0

A light-hearted, entertaining look behind the scenes of a Season that takes a different course with unexpected consequences for all concerned. BOOK INFORMATION Book Title: The Husband Criteria Series: The Lorings, Book #3 Author: Catherine Kullmann Publication Date: 24 August 2023 Publisher: Willow Books Page Length: 297 Genre: Historical Romance / Regency Romance BLURB London […]

Closing Out Women’s History Month with 31 Must-Read Books

March 28, 2023 Nicole Evelina 0

I can’t believe the month is almost over! It seems like yesterday that it started with my book release. I was supposed to post this way earlier in the month, but things have gone crazy round these parts (in a good way…more on that in a future post) so I’ve had very little time for […]

Happy International Women’s Day!

March 8, 2023 Nicole Evelina 0

Today is International Women’s Day, which is part of Women’s History Month (post on that coming soon). Today is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. But it is equally important to look at how far we still have to go. I wrote this last August for Women’s Equality Day […]

America’s Forgotten Suffragists is Here!

March 1, 2023 Nicole Evelina 0

Happy Women’s History Month!! I can hardly believe this day is here! Today is also the publication of America’s Forgotten Suffragists: Virginia and Francis Minor. It’s not only my first biography, but the first ever written about them. The book that started with a passing reference in my research for Madame Presidentess and the question […]

Fearless Females: Ruth Janetta Temple

February 22, 2023 Nicole Evelina 0

Ruth Janetta Temple was born in Natchez, Mississippi on Nov. 1, 1892. She was the second child of Amy Morton and Richard Jason Temple and had five living siblings and two others who died young. Her parents were both well-educated. Her father was a graduate of Denison University in Ohio and the University of Chicago, […]

Fearless Females in History: Hazel Garland

January 28, 2023 Nicole Evelina 0

“We tell the stories. We tell the stories of the people. We told the stories of Colored people, we told the stories of Negroes, we told the stories of Black people and now we tell the stories of African-Americans. Does it really matter, sports, social, entertainment, or political. They are all our stories, and if […]

Fearless Females in History: Ester Eggersten Peterson

December 13, 2022 Nicole Evelina 0

“We have a tremendous responsibility to future generations to leave an accurate record of our history, one which lays bare not only the facts, but the process of change.” – Ester Eggersten Peterson While you may not know Ester’s name, you’ve got a lot to thank her for, from consumer protections we now take for […]

Fearless Females in History: The Night of Terror

November 22, 2022 Nicole Evelina 0

Earlier this month millions of American women went to the polls to cast their ballots in the mid-term elections. Most of us know that women fought for 70 years for our right to vote, but how many of us really realize just what they had to endure? Nov. 15 marked the 105th anniversary of the […]