Season 1, Episode 1 -- Jennifer Leeland (with transcript!) gets real about life as a female author and football mom.
Episode 04 -- Claudia speaks with Maya Rodale about the world of romance fiction

Around the Web: Interesting links about Women and Fiction (August 12 2017)

The next podcast will  released on August 15, 2017 with Maya Rodale. She shares her important research into women readers and writers as well as talks about her experience writing romantic fiction.  If there's a feature that you think should be added to Women and Fiction, send us an email.

If you haven't had a chance to listen, Amanda Cochran Helstrom-White blows us away in the podcast. You can now listen her and all of the podcasts at iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, SoundCloud, and Google Play. Catch up with us on our social media accounts -- (Facebook, Twitter, Google+)

We've started to release transcripts of the podcasts. This week, we shared the transcript of our first podcast with Jennifer Leeland. Check it out!


Why do women bully other women?


On Monday, we embark on the question of "Why Women Bully Each Other?" The Atlantic article (link) focuses on women at work. As a female author, the world is our workplace. The Facebook conversation ranged from people who felt like they were never bullied to those who have had trouble with bullying. What's your take? Why do Women bully each other?




Who wrote this book?

On Wednesday, we share a link that discusses pseudonyms. The question of pseudonyms comes up in almost every interview for Women and Fiction. Jenny Fallover shares a list of her favorite books written by women using male pseudonyms. Have you thought of using a male pseudonym?




Best selling authors  go independent

Every author asks the question: should I go with a large publisher? Something smaller? Self-publish? There is another side to this. Every day, best-selling authors ditch their publishers for life as an independent. There are romance authors who have made millions from it.



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