Dive into a captivating array of stories that honor the diverse experiences, achievements, and voices of women everywhere. From riveting memoirs of trailblazing activists to fictional tales of courage and strength, each e-book offers a glimpse into the extraordinary lives and journeys of women throughout history and across cultures.
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Michel Poulin | Fiction
THREE PROUD WOMEN is a fiction and alternate history novel which is the sequel to my AND AN ANGEL SANG. It tells the continuing adventures of three outstanding women : Greta Visby, a young sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps; Ingrid Dows, a retiring veteran military pilot; and her daughter Nancy, a young musician and singer on the rise. Each of them will get involved in their separate ways in the latest war in which the United States of Timeline ‘C’ will find itself forced to fight against agents of terrorism in 2001 ‘C’.
H.J. Mozans | Gender Studies
Women In Science with an Introductory Chapter On Woman's Long Struggle for Things of the Mind
BL Hutchins | History (Academic)
“Sometimes one feels that one dare not contemplate too closely the life of our working women, it is such a grave reproach.”—Miss Anna Tracey, Factory Inspector, 1913
Rozey Gean | Miscellaneous
The answer to that burning question is the springboard that launches this comprehensive exploration of just what it takes to start your own home business. Women Working From Home is not just for women. It's the definitive practical guide you can use for anyone to establish a solid business operation from your home.
Alfred Brittain and Mitchell Carroll | Religion
Contents The Women of the Gospel Narrative Women of the Apostolic Age The Era of Persecution Saint Helena and the Time of Constantine Post-Nicene Mothers The Nuns of the Primitive Church Women Who Witnessed the Fall of Rome Women of the Frankish Church The Empress Eudoxia The Rival Empresses: Pulcheria and Eudocia The Empress Theodora
Susana Lopez | Fitness
Workouts for Women, Lose Weight, Feel and Look Good with Hypnolates It's about you getting in touch with the lovable & beautiful, real you. Workouts for Women can help you "once and for all" connect mind, body and spirit in a holistic way. Encouraging you to experience the most beautiful world; for you and those around you. Hypnolates is the secret of feeling beautiful and stronger from the inside. Letting your inner light - "light you up" to be a shining reflection on the outer world. That light is an energy source for your body shape, love for life, food cravings, exercise routine and healing. Letting you experience blissful thoughts and positive healing running through your body. I encourage you to love your body to your ideal weight, caring for your feelings, the food that you eat, the exercise that you do and over all I would like to uplift you to have the most fantastic experience in life. Dear reader; this books is meant to be just for you. I know it will help you on your journey of life, as the techniques in this book have helped me and my clients to archive what we want the most. With love & light Susana
Mary Wollstonecraft | Gender Studies
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792), written by the 18th-century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy. In it, Wollstonecraft responds to those educational and political theorists of the 18th century who did not believe women should have an education. She argues that women ought to have an education commensurate with their position in society, claiming that women are essential to the nation because they educate its children and because they could be "companions" to their husbands, rather than mere wives. Instead of viewing women as ornaments to society or property to be traded in marriage, Wollstonecraft maintains that they are human beings deserving of the same fundamental rights a...
D. H. Lawrence | Romance Classics
Sisters Gudrun and Ursula Brangwen pursue complex relationships with their lovers, Rupert Birkin and Gerald Crich.
Terry Clark | Self-Improvement
How to start your own business with little or no money. This eBook will equip women with the necessary tools to get started toward entrepreneurship and owning their own business. All the information you'll ever need with no stones left unturned... Start full-time or part-time.
Mike E. Chukwu | Educational
No one deserves to be raped. The evil is growing worse but we can do something great and positive against it. Find out how in this book.
Marianne Malthouse | Drama
From poverty stricken beginnings to untold riches, from the wilds of the Swedish Empire to the fabulous Court of Tsar Peter the Great, within the grim and fabled walls of the Kremlin, Tanya de la Verrière is swept along in a world where women are the pawns and playthings of men, where she must use her wits and her beauty to survive. Desired by many, she gives her heart to one man only, fighting against all odds to finally win happiness.
Alexander Zielinski | Self-Improvement
Empowering Women today for leadership roles in tomorrows new world. Women will be the Saviors of Humanity in the next century of humankind’s evolution. This information will provide them with the necessary basic knowledge to maneuver through the lies and deceptions as they seek out the real truth; their inner-truth that shall bring Order and Peace to our chaotic world.
Alice Duer Miller | Gender Studies
A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times
Raymond Hopkins | General Non Fiction
Barry is on an extended walking tour in England, seeking a much needed solitude after the death of his partner, Janet, in a traffic accident. On his return to civilization, he is horrified to find that apparently everyone has died of some strange illness, leaving him as presumably the last man on earth. He struggles to keep first himself alive, then the only other people he finds, two women, one of whom has been struck dumb at the horrors she has faced. The lessons of survival are painfully learned. Moral and ethical questions arise, particularly after the birth of their first children, both girls. Harsh weather forces them further south, where fresh problems await, leaving Barry as alone as a man can be.