Ever wish you could be in two places at once? There’s an app for that! At least, a fiction app in Kamy Wicoff’s new book, Wishful Thinking. SheKnows got to sit down with the entrepreneur, author, founder of SheWrites.com and one of our 37 impressive leaders on the BlogHer 2015 advisory board.Read Full Story
Some of you might think getting rid of a book is blasphemy. But for those of you who are regular bookshelf purgers, whether it's to make room for new reads or to get money from trade-in credit, here are the books you might want to be a little sentimental about.Read Full Story
All hail DC Comic, king of our hearts! The comic world has taken a lot of criticism lately over how they market their products and how young girls are often left out. This news, however, makes it all better.Read Full Story
When someone calls you a spinster, it's not very nice. The word alone conjures images of old women with too many cats, homeless bag ladies, and ultimately, the crazy, single aunt the family hides in the attic. You might as well prep for your old maid photo shoot, right?Read Full Story
It wasn't Bride's fault she was born different. Her mother admits, "She was so black she scared me," which is what drove mother and daughter apart in the first place. So opens the new novel by Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison, but it's not all about race.Read Full Story
If Pinkalicious and Cinderella aren't cutting it for you in the literary role model department, we may have stumbled on the perfect answer. Little girls everywhere need to learn to be their own heroes, and this book is the only lesson plan you need.Read Full Story
Vampires, dystopian lit, books-to-film, fifty versions of Fifty Shades of Grey…so five minutes ago (never mind that that expression was popular at least five years ago). While book trends for the past few years have been clearly defined, this year’s are just now starting to take shape. Here are four to keep an eye out for.Read Full Story
"You've heard of fantasy football? Well, shortlisting for the 2015 Baileys Prize was the fantasy book club of a lifetime." So says Shami Chakrabarti, chair of this year's Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.Read Full Story
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