The publisher’s blurb for Consensual Hex sounds intriguing. “A coven of queer witches at an elite women’s college employ their powers to exact revenge on the frat boy warlocks who are using magic to cover up sexual assault on campus.” It sounds like campy fantasy fun like The Craft movie.
The Liberation of Marguerite Harrison involved breaking all of the norms within the society in which she was born. Originally, Marguerite was a rich and respected Baltimore wife and mother. When her husband died, she was only 37. So she decided to live life to the fullest. First, she became
Life. It’s complicated. On her fortieth birthday, Livia has a secret—maybe more than one—to share at her birthday party. What is The Dilemma that has Livia so frazzled? Adam and Livia are dating the summer between high school and college when Livia ends up pregnant. Livia’s parents disown her ending
Jessica is a partner in a high-powered law firm. She is also the single mom of sixteen-year-old Emily. Jessica and Emily are going on a road trip to look at potential colleges for Emily. Emily has the usual teenager self-esteem issues. Jessica doesn’t understand why Emily doesn’t worship her like
The Herd is a female-only shared workspace run by Eleanor. There is waiting list a mile long but Katie cuts the line. Katie’s sister, Hana is the company’s freelance publicist—and Eleanor’s confidante. On Katie’s first day, the company has a break-in overnight with nothing stolen—but an anti-women slogan is found
“Where do you see yourself In Five Years?” is a standard interview question. Dannie is a driven corporate attorney interviewing for her dream job. It’s December 15, 2020. Later that night, Dannie’s boyfriend, David, proposes and she accepts. Slightly high from champagne, Dannie falls asleep on the couch and dreams…
“There was no greater violence than affection.” If you like that quote, I believe you will enjoy Commute, a graphic novel for the #metoo movement. Unfortunately, I just thought the book was sad. Erin had some difficulties early in life. To “overcome them”, she drinks. Heavily. Every night. Before finding
Germaine is let go from her longtime job at an insurance company. Finding herself without many prospects at her age, she takes a job at The Helpline for local senior citizens. Germaine loves numbers and is befuddled by people. While seeing herself as providing helpful input, others see her as