Meet Author Jane Lythell – The Lie of You #WWBC

Posted on October 1st, 2018 by

An interview with author Jane Lythell. Jane has written several books one of which is to be released as a film towards the end of 2018. She is the first writer in our Women Writers’ Book Club. #WWBC if you’re on Twitter. We’re looking at The Lie of You, first published in 2014 and Jane’s first novel.


Freddie Oversteegen – Inspirational WW2 Fighter

Posted on September 25th, 2018 by

How encouraging is it to see so many women being represented in the media lately? (The answer is VERY). There have been some really strong dramas written and produced by women which are eschewing the old tropes of women as victims (usually naked) or in stereotypical roles. In this vein it’s great to hear about some of the unsung women from the past. Meet Freddie Oversteegen, a woman worthy of much respect.


Women, Writers, and …Wine?

Posted on September 17th, 2018 by

Are you in a book club? Do you fancy joining mine? It’s a book club with a difference as we read only living women writers with absolutely no faffing about. Just a great opportunity to find out about some new women authors and support them.


Dame Mary Beard – Always Inspirational

Posted on September 12th, 2018 by

Meet Dame Mary Beard, classic professor, writer, TV presenter and general all round good egg. Here she is in an updated interview with Changing People following her last one back in 2013. Quite a lot has happened since then.


No More Boys and Girls – video link to first episode

Posted on August 22nd, 2018 by

Last year the BBC aired a fascinating documentary looking at the impact of treating boys and girls differently in school. The gender gap is very evident at just age 7. At 7 girls think boys are better, and boys think boys are better. But a few relatively simple changes can change this. Plus, how to add a new string to your training bow with RenewYou, personal development for women.


Is This The Best Job Description Ever?

Posted on August 14th, 2018 by

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox and I follow each other on Twitter. I am a long time fan of this woman who champions gender equality across the globe and heads up a very successful business helping other companies benefit from being gender balanced. So when she was advertising for new jobs I couldn’t resist looking and what I read amazed me. Best Job Description ever? What do you think?

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