Tag: Women’s History

A Woman Author by Trade, A Woman Author At Heart

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A Woman Author by Trade, A Woman Author At Heart

When it comes to encouragement, optimistic writers of faith are what move me most towards a positive mindset regarding life. Any book, including several from our beloved Xulon authors, that prompts more faith and trust in the Heavenly Father always push me, the voracious reader, to “gobble” up the literature and ingest its principles for […]

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Call Her George: Women Writers with Male Monikers, Part 2

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Call Her George: Women Writers with Male Monikers, Part 2

What do the names George Elliot, Ellis Bell, Isak Dinesen, George Sand, and J.D. Robb all have in common? These are all names women writers have used to publish their books. In honor of Women’s History Month, this blog invites you to gain perspective on the female writer’s motives behind using a male pseudonym. So […]

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Women’s “March” on History

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Women’s “March” on History

For centuries, women with different talents have been leaving their mark on the world. One of the earliest females to leave a mark in history would certainly be Mary, Jesus’s mother, and her calling from God to carry His Son. Fast forward to the Hundred Years’ War and we meet Joan of Arc. She said […]

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