This month, we’d like you to join us in a celebration.

Women on the Page is a festival of character(s) and female writers. We’ll be talking about heroines – the gutsy, feisty gals you can’t help but fall in love with. And we’ll be talking about writers – the women – then, now and next – who have, and continue to, change and inspire us, as well as those we may not have met yet.


Badaude illustrates her heroines. Find this, and more Women on the Page excellence at

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Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. What an excellent initiative.I quite like the idea of making ‘Women on the page’ a regular meme for book bloggers.Will it be okay?I’ll of course give credit to and link it to your blog.

  2. Do not forget the ambiguous Iris Chase, unreliable narrator and protagonist of Margaret Atwood’s monument of ambiguity The Blind Assassin.


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