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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Women's Lit Site! These are the top ten articles that your Women's Lit Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Sarah's Key - Book Review
Sarah's Key by Tatiana De Rosnay is a fictional story about the round up of Jewish men, women, and children in Paris during the holocaust.
2. Handy Tools for National Novel Writing Month
Will you be participation in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)? Here are some useful tools to use during your writing frenzy.
3. Writing – Where to Find Ideas
Have you always wanted to write a women's lit novel? Don't know how to generate an idea for that book you want to write? Here is some advice for coming up with ideas.
4. Themes in Women’s Literature
To help further define what women’s literature is and maybe spark a story idea for you, I have compiled some common themes and sub-genres in women’s literature.
5. 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.
6. History of Women's Literature
How did women's literature get it's start? Read about some of the history of women and the written word.
7. Write a Novel in 30 days Book Store
With National Novel Writing Month coming up in a month and a half, we need to start preparing ourselves for the writing adventure. There are several books on the market aimed at folks who would like to write a novel in 30 days or less. Here are some I have read and recommend.
8. Candy Girl: A Year In The Life of an Unlikely Stripper
Every wondered what it takes to take it off and work the pole, be sure to check ot Candy Girl: A year in the life of an unlikely stripper.
9. Sophie Scholl Biography Book Review
Sophie Scholl: The Real Story of the Woman who Defied Hitler. Sophie Scholl was a member of an underground, non-violent protest movement against Hitler's rule in Nazi Germany called the White Rose. An inspiring biography.
10. Starting a Bookclub
Reading doesn't have to be a solitary venture. Share your love of the written word by starting a book club.
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