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Inspired by Women

Have I got some books for you. I am cutting to the chase here. In the past three months, I have been inspired by women in the literary department. I don't often read novels. I tend to be a non-fiction fan, all that shifted with the four books below. Written by three different female authors, each covering the forgotten women who risked and served in World War II.

Every topic was deeply researched, giving the fictional characters depth and relevance not found in non-fiction histories. From every page, the reader feels, tastes, smells, and see's the world collapse and reform during the turbulent years of strife when regimes of cruelty rose and fell all over the globe.

With National Women's Month ending, and as our generation is rising from the ashes of a worldwide pandemic, I invite you to grab a copy of one of these books, and see what our former sisters brought to this beautiful life. May you find inspiration for your life.

I invite you to click on the red highlighted links below for the books. Or check your local library for a loaner copy.

Happy Reading.

Angels of the Resistance by Noelle Salazar

The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin

The Flight Girls by Noelle Salazar

Eyes Turned Skyward by Alana Dillon

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Here's another addition, this one is nonfiction but reads like a novel. I promise you that it will knock your socks off! It is The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore. It is the story of Elizabeth Packard who in 1860 was committed into an insane asylum by her husband because she dared to think for herself and speak her mind. What a page turner!! I promise you will be thrilled, delighted, uplifted, angered, and want to recommend it to all your friends. Trust me.

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Carrie Lynn
Carrie Lynn
30. März 2023
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Thank you for the suggestion. I will get my hands on a copy. I have loved every book you have shared with me.

Update: I just ordered a copy from my library.

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