Category Archives: women businessowners

Woman, You are Worthy!

You cannot help others if you first cannot help yourself. We have got to change the recordings of the belief system that says we are nothing. Continue reading

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Book Review: The Secret Life Of Lucy Bosman

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The Secret Life Of Lucy Bosman by Rebekah L. Pierce The Secret Life of Lucy Bosman has truly opened my eyes to a world and time I knew very little of. The struggles and treatment of…

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Rewriting The Presentation of Women of Color in Women’s Literature

She is often treated in 19th Century literature as a product of sin or a whore to be saved or dismissed, but the story of the mulatto woman is much grander than this. In my newest novel, The Secret Life … Continue reading

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Murder on Second Street by Rebekah L. Pierce

“Writing is the only solitary experience that ends in a public beating.” Excited to share with you this 5 star review from Long & Short Reviews on my historical fiction novel, Murder on Second Street: The Jackson Ward Murders. If … Continue reading

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The Key to a Successful Self-Publishing Career: Hire an Editor

I am just going to keep it real with you all because I know of no other way to be. One of the biggest struggles I face in cross promoting the works of other self-published authors is that the work … Continue reading

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Where’s My Crystal Stair?

Life has been quite difficult for some lately – me included. Things are not working out as we have needed them to or hoped they would. Didn’t get that job. Paycheck was shorter than expected. Spouse has (fill in the … Continue reading

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Death of the Playwright in the 21st Century

I am no longer taken aback by the response I receive when I answer the inevitable probing question at networking events, “So what do you do?” “I’m a playwright,” I respond proudly, if not a little wearily because I know … Continue reading

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