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Here are the top ten articles for the Women's Lit Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The List - 100 Ways to Shake Up Your Life
If you could do one thing in your life that you always wanted to do, what would it be? Write a novel? Skydive? Learn to surf?
2. Dancing in the Moonlight Book Review
I normally do not get into the traditional romance novel. I have read maybe 2 other Harlequin books in my life but something about the story line of Dancing in the Moonlight by Raeann that caught my attention.
3. A Shadow of a Smile Book Review
What I really loved about reading this story is the emotion that is conveyed throughout. When Meredith feels shocked, you feel her shock. When Meredith feels heartbroken, you feel heartbroken.
4. Holiday Shopping for a Book Lover
Looking for a perfect gift for the book lover in your life? Here are some suggestions!
5. Snow White Must Die Book Review
In a small German town, after serving 10 years for the murder of two 17 year old girls, Tobias Sartorius is released.
6. 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.
7. The Confessions of Catherine de Medici
This novel is from the prespective of Catherine and makes you see her in a new light.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. Mary Shelley - Author
A look at the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein.
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