Her World

Creative Collections
By Her Place Any Region

An amazing compilation of photography, poetry, drawings, narratives, real-life events, and more, Her World: Creative Collections by Her Place Any Region brings together the thoughts and experiences of women from different parts of the world. The collection is divided into six categories: dejection, survival, hope,...

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The Solo Female Travel Book

Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want to See the World on Their Own Terms
By Jen Ruiz

The Solo Female Travel Book: Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want To See The World on Their Own Terms by Jen Ruiz shares the author's experiences, inspiration, funny failures, and practical tips for anyone thinking about going on a solo trip. This book is...

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The Healing Power of Girlfriends

How to Create Your Best Life Through Female Connection
By Deborah A. Olson

Author/therapist Deborah Olson’s new book, The Healing Power of Girlfriends, addresses a reality that females have probably known since the beginning of time; specifically, gal pals rule! From one chapter to the next, she emphasizes the connectivity, communication, and compassion that not only differentiate female...

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Project: LIFE

Stop Waiting for Your Happy to Happen
By Christine Grauer

Project Life: Stop Waiting For Your Happy To Happen by Christine Grauer is a heartrending book that chronicles the story of the author's life of abuse and trauma and the valuable lessons she learned - that happiness is a state of mind and can be...

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Terminal

Nonfiction words That Read Like Fiction
By Sandra Gunn

When facing the diagnosis of terminal cancer, there are often silent partners. Obviously the family member diagnosed has tremendous thoughts and feelings to process. But sometimes the spouses, children, parents, and other family members are pushed aside in deference to caring for and acknowledging the...

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Praying for a Miracle When It's Hopeless

By Isabella Milan

Praying For a Miracle When It’s Hopeless by Isabella Milan is a gut-wrenching, no-holds-barred account of author Milan’s life when she was facing the twin traumas of a nasty, custody-battle-filled divorce at the same time as she was trying to deal with what is usually...

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No Rules

A Memoir
By Sharon Dukett

The year is 1971 and sixteen-year-old Sharon is sick and tired of the life she is living. With parents that control her every move in life and deny her the choice to attend college because she’s a female, she decides to run away with her...

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Women Wronged

Discrimination, Repression, & Sexism from the Sixties to Now
By Toby Heathcotte

Women Wronged: Discrimination, Repression, & Sexism from the Sixties to Now is a collection of stories from multiple women. Edited, and partly written by Toby Heathcotte, each story details another woman's account of growing up in a world of discrimination, repression, and sexism. Each one...

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Weeds Beneath The Open Meadows

By Anna Casamento Arrigo

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows by Anna Casamento Arrigo is the story of a girl forced to leave everything she ever knew behind and start her life anew. Anna was a 7-year-old girl when her parents moved to the USA and changed her life forever....

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Bound

A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story
By Elizabeth Anne Wood

Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story by Elizabeth Anne Wood is an honest memoir that takes readers on an emotional ride through the last eight months of her mother’s life. The author is a sociology professor who is startled when she discovers...

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