Book review of Always the Last to Know by Kristan Higginson on the Feminist Book Club Blog.
The book can be classified as contemporary women’s fiction with a huge helping of drama and romance. Focusing on the lives of the Frost family of Stoningham, Connecticut, the novel features interesting characters.
An analysis of and recommendations for anthologies that are rewriting and retelling fairytales, myths, and legends from different perspectives, as an alternative to the Disney versions where the main character, the princess, the girl, the mermaid, or someone else, has an adventure or a problem and is usually saved by a man.
Book review of The Sober Lush by Amanda Eyre Ward and Jardine Libaire on the Feminist Book Club Blog.
The book is “A Hedonist’s Guide to Living a Decadent, Adventurous, Soulful Life–Alcohol Free.” The Sober Lush describes various ways to lead a fulfilling, delightful, and meaningful life without alcohol. The main idea is “to redefine lushness and reclaim it.” For the authors, sober lushness is a “loose set of ideas and experiences that everyone is welcome to use.”
Feminist Book Club blog contributors are working together to create posts as an “Educate & Activate” series. In this post, "Intersectional Feminism" was defined, a historical context was provided and additional resources to learn more were given.
Sample post for Fusion CPA to describe stimulus packages for self-employed individuals and small business owners.
Sample post for Fusion CPA on strategies to streamline an e-commerce company's accounting and tax procedures.
A researched article on the ideas, benefits, and detrimental effects of urban farming.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), urban farming or urban agriculture is ‘a part of a local food system where food is produced within an urban area and marketed to consumers within that area’. It has been touted as a means to ensure food security in urban areas, but there are some barriers that may prevent it from being employed on a large-enough scale.
‘Fast fashion’ clothing retailers like Zara, Forever 21 and H&M make cheap and fashionable clothing, but the cost comes at a high price. This researched article focuses on the definition of, causes of, detrimental effects of, and potential solutions for fast fashion.