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Tracing the Desire Line by Melissa Matthewson

Tracing The Desire Line: A Q&A With Melissa Matthewson

I had the pleasure of chatting with author Melissa Matthewson about her recently published memoir in essays, Tracing the Desire Line.  Read...
The Heart and Other Monsters by Rose Andersen

A First Look At Rose Andersen's The Heart And Other Monsters

We are thrilled to present the cover reveal for Rose Andersen's memoir, The Heart and Other Monsters, forthcoming from Bloomsbury, July 7, 2020: A riveting, deeply personal exploration of the opioid crisis—an empathic memoir infused with hints of true crime. Read...
The Magical Grimoire by Lisa Marie Basile

The Magical Writing Grimoire: A First Look At Lisa Marie Basile's New Book!

Ravishly presents an exclusive look at Lisa Marie Basile's THE MAGICAL WRITING GRIMOIRE: Use the Word as Your Wand for Magic, Manifestation & Ritual Read...
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‘Ms. Monopoly’ Is More Patronizing Than It Is Empowering

‘Ms. Monopoly’ shines a necessary light on the gender pay gap but somehow misses the point: women want to be paid the same amount as men, not more. Read...
The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele

A Q&A With The Lightest Object In The Universe Author Kimi Eisele

What if the end times allowed people to see and build the world anew? Read...
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3 Women Share How To Make New Friends As An Adult

Does anyone else feel like it’s tough to make new friends once you get older? You’re not alone in that feeling. Read...

Candles Or Candies? Celebrating Halloween As A Mom — And A Witch

I don’t want to deprive my child of these magical Halloween memories, I just also want to light candles and talk about our ancestors.

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5 Better Things to Say Instead of 'I'm Sorry' At Work

This article by Liv McConnell first appeared on Fairygodboss and has been republished with permission.


Not to contribute toward society’s habit of picking apart feminine communication patterns, but I’ll say it: in my own life, at least, the tendency to over-apologize was something I had to put effort into unlearning. 

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