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Gail Ingis

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Gail Ingis writes historical romance, loves history and romance of course, has taught history, and her weekly blog frequently covers historical content. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Gail’s early days began and ended with writing, drawing and music. Her inspiration to write came from books gifted to her by an aunt. But life had other ideas.

After graduating from the New York School of Interior Design with a BFA in Interior Architecture and Design and with masters studies in Architecture and Design Criticism at The New School (Parsons), she worked in interior design and architecture, and founded a school of Interior Design. Twice asked by publishers to write a textbook, her efforts were
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Gail Ingis I continue writing, even if I write bagel, bagel, bagel, until the juices start flowing again. Or, brew a cup of decaffeinated Joe, add a no- sugar…moreI continue writing, even if I write bagel, bagel, bagel, until the juices start flowing again. Or, brew a cup of decaffeinated Joe, add a no- sugar sweet and whip up some unsweetened almond milk, in my foam creator, for a delicious cappuccino. Sometimes though, I need a break, a get-away from the writing. A walk in the woods is always invigorating, but I don't have any woods here, so I settle for a walk around the block. (less)
Gail Ingis The best thing about being a writer is finishing the story. No, really . . . discovery is the best thing about being a writer. I loved discovering the…moreThe best thing about being a writer is finishing the story. No, really . . . discovery is the best thing about being a writer. I loved discovering the Buffalo Soldiers that were a strong Union unit during the Civil War. Loved discovering the Forts that protected our soldiers, loved discovering travels. All this and more in my book, Indigo Sky, in 1863.(less)
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WOMEN OF CONVICTION

Annie Kenney&Christabe Pankhurst, England early 20th century


It’s downright painful to think about the women who fought for their vote and their freedom in the nineteenth-century. Women were kept in the kitchen, away from the real world, but they were cunning, seeking education, politics, and forming organizations to fight collectively. Among those who worked for our future are twentieth-cen...

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Author Claire Gem’s short stories in Enigmata #1 left me wondering what would happen next. Each filled the pages with suspense. The people with no place to go, a mother trying to get to work, but never quite getting there, the young boy whose mother ...more
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Jamie Schmidt’s timing is perfect for this historic ‘Me Too’ women’s movement. From Spanks to suffrage, her book, the delightful Maiden Voyage: Book One Heart of the Sea captures Captain Meryl Sinclair, a woman to sail a luxury cruise ship beating
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