#WonderWomen

Inspired by International Women’s Day on March 8th, we’re having our own celebration of extraordinary female achievement. From Malala Yousafzai to Jennifer…
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Ursula K. Le Guin discusses the literary heroine who inspired her
Ursula K. Le Guin talks about her literary heroine for #IWD16 #WonderWoman16
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In the latest in our series of #WonderWomen posts celebrating literary heroines, Maggie Mitchell tell us why she so admires Daphne Du Maurier #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #feminism #books #reading
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Anna North, author of The Life and Death of Sophie Stark, tells us about her literary heroine #WonderWomen16 #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #feminism #reading #books
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Antonia Honeywell nominates Lucy Snowe from Vilette as her literary heroine #WonderWomen16 #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #reading #books #feminism
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Shelley Harris tells us about her heroines, Edith Nesbitt and Bobbie from The Railway Children #Wonderwomen16 #internationalwomensday #IWD2016 #feminism #reading #books
the words, what i ask, would jane eve do? probably paint a watercolour
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Isy Suttie talks Jane Eyre for #WonderWomen16 #quotes #inspiration #IWD2016 #internationalwomendsday
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Isy Suttie tells us about asking 'What would Jane Eyre do' for #WonderWomen16
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Kate Williams chooses the Bronte sisters as her literary heroines #WonderWomen16 #feminism #IWD #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #reading #books
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Fearne Cotton on why she chose Brené Brown as her literary heroine for #WonderWomen16 #feminism #IWD #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #reading #books
a quote from charie harris on the role of happiness in women's health
Charlaine Harris shares with us her literary inspiration for International Women’s Day
Charlaine Harris shares her literary inspiration for #WonderWomen on the Gollancz blog #feminism #IWD #IWD2016 #internationalwomensday #reading #books
The wonderful Fearne Cotton tells us about her literary heroine for #WonderWomen16 for International Women's Day Cute Bob Haircuts, Long Face Shapes, Jean Seberg, Thick Hair Styles Medium, Bob Hairstyles For Thick, Oval Face Shapes, Long Faces, Long Bob Hairstyles
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The wonderful Fearne Cotton tells us about her literary heroine for #WonderWomen16 for International Women's Day
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'Only an idiot would choose to be a nurse.' Jennifer Worth, Call the Midwife #WonderWomen
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'This is her lasting legacy.' Dorothea's War #WonderWomen
'The real war started for me today.' Mary Morris #WonderWomen Private Diary, For Free, Let It Be
A VERY PRIVATE DIARY by Mary Morris, read by Lara Hutchinson
'The real war started for me today.' Mary Morris #WonderWomen