Writing While Being a Woman

VIDA Count for New York Times Book Review

This week we’re writing about women in publishing, and all I can think is “still”? It’s 2016, people. Aren’t we over this whole gender thing yet? And yet… Just last week The Observer published an article entitled “Why Hasn’t ‘The Late Show’ Invited Any Female Novelists?: The nine fiction writers who have appeared on Colbert’s…
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Books > Authors > Women > Louise

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  Something you should know about me: I am not a big fan of categorization. Of course I am made up of all sorts of sortable facts. You can put me in the female subgroup and the writers subgroup and the cat owners subgroup and the old time banjo players subgroup and the people who…
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News Flash–Garden edition

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Congratulations to Kasey Clark, winner of Tara Conklin’s THE HOUSE GIRL! Check back next week, where we will announce the winner of this weeks giveaway, Adria Cimino’s debut Paris, Rue des Martyrs From the 2016 Debs: Louise Miller had a blast brainstorming questions for THE CITY BAKER’S GUIDE TO COUNTRY LIVING’s Reading Guide. It was fun and strange to think…
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Guest Blogger Adria Cimino on Character Likability


Author Adria Cimino is the author of several novels, including her latest release, THE PERFUMER’S SECRET. The quest for a stolen perfume formula awakens passion, rivalry and family secrets in the fragrant flower fields of the South of France… Perfumer Zoe Flore travels to Grasse, perfume capital of the world, to collect a formula: her…
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