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    • Self-help & personal development
      March 2016

      If Women Rose Rooted

      The Journey to Authenticity and Belonging

      by Sharon Blackie

      ‘This is the core of our task: to respect and revere ourselves, and so bring about about a world in which women are respected and revered, recognised once again as holding the life-giving power of the earth itself.’ <p

    • Environmentalist, conservationist & Green organizations
      December 2015

      Why Women Will Save the Planet

      by Friends of the Earth, Jenny Hawley

      Women's empowerment is critical to environmental sustainability, isn't it? When Friends of the Earth asked this question on Facebook half of respondents said yes and half said no, with women as likely to say no as men. This collection of articles and i

    • The Arts

      Silent Women: pioneers of cinema

      Pioneers of Cinema


      The first book to give overview of early women film-makers in the US, Europe and beyond. Essential reading for students of film studies, media, culture and gender/women's studies. With many black and white photos, this book will appeal to all lovers of

    • Fiction
      January 2016

      Three Ladies in Cairo

      by Ann Edelstam

      Three Ladies in Cairo takes the reader through an original and very personal story of three generations of Swedish women through which the evolution and the transformation of Egypt during three vital decades is apparent. The bookunfolds through three inte

    • History
      May 2019

      Freedom Music

      Wales, Emancipation and Jazz 1850-1950

      by Jen Wilson

      This book traces the story of how early African American and jazz music came to Wales. From Abolitionist collaborations, minstrelsy, ‘weird slave songs’, ragtime, blues, hot music and swing, the story unfolds through women’s emancipat

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      May 2019

      Women and the City in French Literature and Culture

      Reconfiguring the Feminine in the Urban Environment

      by Siobhán McIlvanney, Gillian Ni Cheallaigh

      This collection of essays contains critical analysis, from a female perspective, of a selection of films, journals and novels from the French medieval period to the Franco-Algerian present, and gives us a strikingly original view of the relationship be

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

      The School of Badassery

      by Jenni Janakka

      Be the driver, not the passenger in life! How do you respond when somebody interrupts you in a meeting? When you are offered a lower salary than you expected? Or when

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      August 2020

      Women’s Authorship and the Early Gothic

      Legacies and Innovations

      by Dr Kathleen Hudson

      This edited collection examines Gothic works written by women authors in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, with a specific focus on the novels and chapbooks produced by less widely commercially and critically popular writers. Bringing

    • Fiction


      Sweet Haven Farm, #2

      by Jessie Gussman

      Love kindles when a fake engagement brings best friends together. World Champion snowboarder, Wyatt Fernandez, should be hitting the slopes in the Andes and spending his days teaching as the new ski instructor. But an emergency means he’s heading

    • Fiction


      Alice Worth, #1

      by Lisa Edmonds

      Meet Alice. Private Investigator of the Supernatural. The first time Moses Murphy’s granddaughter killed on his orders, she was six years old. For twenty years, she was a prisoner of an organized crime syndicate, forced to use her magic to make M

    • Fiction


      Alice Worth, #2

      by Lisa Edmonds

      Join Alice. Private Investigator of the Supernatural. It has been a rough month for mage private investigator Alice Worth. Alice hasn’t had a decent night’s sleep in weeks, her relationship with werewolf Sean Maclin is on the rocks, a feder

    • 2018


      Alice Worth, #3

      by Lisa Edmonds

      Discover Alice. Private Investigator of the Supernatural. Even the coldest hearts can burn... After closing a big case for the Vampire Court, mage private investigator Alice Worth is relieved to be back solving magical mysteries with her ghost sidekick

    • Fiction
      March 2020

      small red women

      by Marta Sanz

      A novel about the dead and the disappeared, for whom the search still endures, and against a far-right that has never left and turned into a universal threat. A noir novel that prolongs the possibility of the political novel. Paula Qui&nt

    • Women's Fiction
      May 2017

      The Admiral's Baths

      by Dana Gynther

      The Admiral’s Baths is composed of four inter-connected stories, each told from the perspective of a different woman in her own time period. The story opens as a contemporary historian conducts research at the baths, making discove

    • Photographic reportage
      October 2020

      Extraordinary Women

      Images of Courage, Endurance & Defiance

      by Tom Stoddart; Angelina Jolie

      Typical warzone coverage has two focuses. The fighters, predominantly young men; and the victims - everyone else. This book calls this familiar narrative into question. Without glamorising or sanitising the harsh realities of our world, it presents the

    • Discographies & buyer's guides
      September 2019

      Classic Albums by Women

      by C. Murphy

      Across the genres, across the generations, across the board, this book presents over one hundred inspirational albums by women, from top-selling hits to the indie and obscure. Classic Album Sundays - the world's most popular album listening event and c

    • Garden design & planning
      April 2015

      Women Garden Designers

      1900 to the Present

      by Kristina Taylor

      Women Garden Designers presents twenty-seven of the most important and influential women garden designers and their gardens from around the world, showing both their finest commissions as well as the gardens they designed for themselves, in their own s

    • Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500

      Silenced women in the Middle Ages

      by Sandra Ferrer

      The Middle Ages was an especially difficult time for women, however, they gave us a legacy of wisdom, knowledge and greatness from which little by little we discover its depth and importance. Cristina de Pizán, Hildegarda de Bingen, Sabine von S

    • Peace studies & conflict resolution
      July 2001

      WOMEN: Creating A World Beyond War and Violence

      by Ada Aharoni

      There is no greater challenge in the world today than living in peace, respect and harmony with one's neighbors, women instinctively know this. Among the various subjects covered in this new book is the description of corporate activity by Jewish and Arab/Palestinian Women for Peace in the Middle-East. The book reveals women's struggle and demands for abolishing violence against them and their demand for equal rights. Ada Aharoni is a poet, writer, and professor. Born in Egypt, she now lives in Israel. She has published 34 books that have won her international acclaim.

    • December 2009

      The Bold and the Brave: A History of Women in Science and Engineering

      by Monique Frize

      The Bold and the Brave investigates how women have striven throughout history to gain access to education and careers in science and engineering. Author Monique Frize, herself an engineer for over 40 years, introduces the reader to key concepts and debate

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