I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. The much-awaited sequel to Girls on the Home Front by Annie Clarke released last weekend and I received my review copy on the same day. Needless to say, I dropped…… Continue reading Heroes on the Home Front (Factory Girls #2) by Annie Clarke
I received a copy of this book from Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I love world war fiction and one of my favourite sub-genres is the role of women in World War II. During the war, with males enlisting in the army…… Continue reading Blog tour: Courage of the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell
Chai Break is a periodic feature on This is Lit where we discuss books, blogging, and book blogging. I know, I know. You’re judging me for being so irregular with this feature. As always, I was reminded of it by a few blogging friends and *GASP* one friend who hates admitting that he reads my…… Continue reading Chai Break: We need to call a war on the phrase “guilty pleasure”.
I received a free copy of this book from Cornerstone, Penguin Random House in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Goodreads synopsis: Sunderland, 1942 With the war showing no sign of abating, Helen is thriving in her role as shipyard manager. But at home the return of…… Continue reading Blog tour: Victory for the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell
BOSTON, MA–Frustrated male novelist Michael Hawke complained to reporters yesterday about “never being able to write women right”. This reporter sat down for an interview with Hawke during a break at the Male Authors Writing Women Intervention (MAWWI) 2018, a two-day conference trying to teach men how to write human females. Hawke is part of…… Continue reading [Satire] Struggling male author just cannot write female characters.