Category Archives: Women Writers Reading

Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads Colleen Hoover

This Christmas I gave myself the best book I’ve ever or quite possibly will ever read. In It Ends with Us, author Colleen Hoover explores the complexities of human emotion, entangled layers of relationships, chance meetings and chances missed and … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads Ciji Ware

I’ve read two books by this author. My motivation and interest in reading both extended beyond entertainment to assistance in researching a story I plan to write. A Race to Splendor dropped me in the middle of earthquake-ravaged San Francisco … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads Leigh Michaels

The last non-contemporary romance I read had this guy named Darcy in it. Could any author ever rise to challenge Jane Austen? I certainly didn’t think so. Until I read Ruining the Rake, a book I closed only when my … Continue reading

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Since Femmeliterate is all about promoting work by, about, for, and otherwise woman-friendly, it only seems fair to tell you that the electronic version of Misty’s short-story collection, A Lesson in Manners, will be FREE on Amazon.com between September 6 … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads Tessa Bailey

Connor Bannon, a control freak with major anger management issues, connects with Erin O’Dea, self-professed arsonist with extreme claustrophobia. Throw in a supporting cast of mostly ex-cons forced to work as a team under the command of a demanding Chicago … Continue reading

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Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella Reads Mary Carter

London from My Windows starts out strong with snappy dialogue, colorful, compelling characters, and the page-turning promise of sensitive insight on how society unfairly judges people with invisible disabilities. Ava Wilder withdraws from the world when the father she adores … Continue reading

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