It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating with books about women in history! From English women in the East Indies, to the innovations of Regency women, to stories of misunderstood and outrageous women from all eras, these books will enlighten and entertain. Continue reading “International Women’s Day”
Happy Friday! This weekend, brush up on female history with us! These #FridayReads selections are all true stories of women who influenced the world around them and earned a spot in history. Continue reading “#FridayReads: Women in History”
This week’s featured book reviews focus on a fascinating Penguin Random House South Africa fiction title. The Scattering by Lauri Kubuitsile tells the story of two seemingly unconnected women, and at the same time tells the story of early twentieth-century South Africa and the horrific wars that occurred during that time. See what readers have been saying about this moving, captivating book, then go purchase your copy! Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “The Scattering””
Celebrate International Women’s Day with these titles on women in history, art, fiction, and more! See our entire list of selected titles for International Women’s Day here.
Today’s Editor’s Picks is all about Roman history. Military history, histories of Roman society, historical fiction – you name it, you’ll find it here.
Travel back to the ancient world of hieroglyphs, pyramids, and epic romances with these titles about Ancient Egypt.
Read translated hieroglyphic texts, delve into the infamous Antony & Cleopatra love story, learn how women influenced the political affairs of the ancient world, and much more – all in the titles below.