Women and fiction, fiction for women are stories about the complex truths and untruths in life. Still, women’s fiction is not gender-bound because it is about life. Is not always a book. I named this blog Women’s Fiction because it is about the myths, lies and dense observation in life. Relationships, medical misdeeds, empty-nesting, pets, breast cancer. Stories that you will not know if it is true or fiction. Tongue-in-cheek, play on words…..
Women’s fiction does not always mean novels.
There are books here, look around. I have my favorite categories so I focus there.
My favorite reading are novels for women by women that surround women’s issues. I even wrote a few books for women’s fiction. Here you will find lists of novels by favoured and unknown authors.
- Women’s fiction.
- Contemporary women’s fiction.
- Divorce fiction.
- Friendship fiction.
- Women of a certain age fiction.
- Mature women’s fiction.
Women’s Fiction Blog is my other place to write. Essays on myths, old wives tales. Lies we have been told about success and weight control, breast cancer. Humor, truths and hope. Does breast cancer hurt? Are there really 3,000 questionable personal care product ingredients? Progressive lenses. Restaurant reviews and how they tortured me. I especially enjoy dense observations of myself or others. Some empty-nesting pet stories. Damn dog stories. Fun with snakes and spiders. Storms and Derecho storms, hawks at the birdfeeder. Granddaughter stories. Short stories.
I was born to write. When breast cancer stirred up my timeline, I knew I had a lot more to say before I could not remember or be able to write, or perhaps not even want to write, which has proven more the case than the first two lately. Though I did go through the memory issues a few years back. I sometimes think there are a few more women’s fiction books in me, both mysteries of a sort.
Women’s Fiction Blog
Women’s Fiction ended up culminating into a long essay of truth as I know, based on life as a woman. Written by a woman who is almost done with beating around the bush. Update: I said that before I knew I was dealing with a breast cancer challenge. Hand someone breast cancer and it all changes. Now I am really not beating around the bush. I just plow through.
Some of my favorite moments in life are when I am laughing as I write. Especially when the amazing muse wakes me with the essay perfected for paper. Especially when the essay I write is on a topic that had me spitting flames the day before. At the moment, Hate My New Progressive Lenses, Green Potato Fight, Look Ma! A Hawk Feeder, Damage Control, A Tollbooth Needs a Tollbooth Person Indiana, I’m Fifty-three So Don’t Mess With Me, Eggs Aggravate Me . . . these fondly come to mind. I love Oh my god! Hunks! which is about my granddaughter. I love Mama is taking her sweet time today…. a story about my pets with bad attitudes. Gracie, the Freezing Fake Lady Bug. And my damn dog story, Derecho Tornado.
Writing women’s fiction and short stories calms my nerves. Life disappears, as it is anyway. There are so many stories that were therapeutic, since I am an impatient type. Due to my relationship with this lovely computer, I at times, border on the newly defined Type-HTT personality, meaning Type-Hostile toward technology. But that is manageable with a shotgun, though not until my funeral.
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Please, visit my other blogs. One is called Pet Skunks for Sale… that for living with exotic pets, Newfoundland dogs and ancient cats, and one for green gardening and farms called Liquid Fertilizer, Organic Naturally.
If you are a writer, please connect so we can guest post, that will be fun.
I set up my life to write for the rest of my days. Enjoy my bliss.
Women’s Fiction Author. A Breath Floats By
So there are novels. There are dense observations. Essays on breast cancer, health, family, relationships, pets, empty-nesting. My very own rants on the myths and lies we have been told. Short stories, books, novels. Women’s fiction with humor.