Celebrate the Ladies – Week 2

Woo boy! You guys are keeping me on my toes. I have to dedicate my Sunday evenings to updating all these great contributions. I’m so ecstatic that everyone seems to be really taking to this blog event. You guys are the best! I reached over 400 followers this week and I hope that other people have seen an uptick in their numbers as well.

Let’s get to it!

Books and Traveling with Lynn posted her list of influential female authors. She’s much better with classics than I am so head on over and check her out.

Luna over at GamersUnitedGG shared her favorite fierce, female fighters in video games.

Field Notes From Over the Hill for International Women’s Day shared the strong women that surround her and influence her life.

Man of Tin featured his Mary Seacole figure, a Jamaican nurse who supported British troops in the Crimean War.

Ignited Moth featured the ever lovely Harriet Tubman this week. Art + information = good time had by all.

Leadballoony had a very interesting, special International Women’s Day post that featured other blogs as well.

Precinct1313 shined their spotlight on Mera, Queen of Atlantis this week.

Mostly True Stories of K. Renae P. ran away with it again this week! She takes the cake for the number of posts in one week (7!) so I’m just going to point you to her blog directly.

If you missed any of my own postings this last week, here’s a short summary: International Women’s Day, Saga Volume 3, and The Power book review.

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13 thoughts on “Celebrate the Ladies – Week 2

  1. Well done on the 400 and I’m glad the spotlight on women through history has been going well. I hope to get a few bits and pieces tomorrow to finally build what I have planned for my own submission. πŸ˜‰

  2. Woo Hoo! Congrats on 400 followers. I’m enjoying this personal challenge. I’m learning a lot about some awesome women. I excited to read the other blogs from this week’s roundup. Thanks again for hosting this.

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