Tag: Women’s Rights

Now Available Worldwide: I Am Woman Hear Me Roar


At midnight, Sidney St. James’ newest Victorian Romance hit the bookshelves around the world. The BeeBop Publishing Group is proud to announce that Vivlio has joined our growing list of distributors. They represent Germany, Belgium and other small surrounding countries. Help kick off Day One by sharing this post with your friends who enjoy a

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Preorder Now: I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar (Excerpt from Chapter 10 Removed Until Part 2)


While the Dethardt remained wrecked on the rocks of a sea island, a sacred moment occurred in the castaways attempt to talk with God on multiple occasions. Although it was worthy of its place in the book, it was removed to possibly be held out for Part 2 of the novel. With the turmoil throughout

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NEW RELEASE: I Am Woman – Hear Me Roar (Braless, Brainless, Broads!)


I stood in front of the gym at Lamar State College in 1970 and saw three women remove their bras and take a Zippo cigarette lighter and set them afire and throw them in the trash can. I laughed wondering what they were doing. Then, some student shouted, “They’re nothing more than a bunch of

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Burn, Baby, Burn! – New Release of “I Am Woman – Hear Me Roar!” Coming August 18, 2020


Burn, Baby, Burn! – Take the long-held assumption, found even in some of the most respected history books, that 1960s feminists exhibited against the establishment by setting fire to their bras. I grew up during this era. But where did it all begin? Maybe with Susan B. Anthony and others at the Seneca Falls meeting

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