Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Heroines


Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Heroines

The “Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Heroine” authors are part of a growing legion of writers creating a modern identity for the female protagonist.

Location: #Fiction
Members: 33
Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2013

Discussion Forum

Who is an example of an ordinary woman and extraordinary heroine?

Started by Beth Barany. Last reply by Ali Berlinski Jan 12, 2012. 1 Reply

I don't have an answer... Though as a fiction author who writes heroic fantasy for girls, I definitely have an opinion!

Comment Wall


You need to be a member of Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Heroines to add comments!

Comment by Tina L. Hook on April 9, 2012 at 5:11pm

I'm so excited to discover this group. Do I have some extraordinary protagonists.

Please check out my debut novel, Enchanted by Starlight.

The Plot 

While they don’t yet know it, Grace, Skylar and Alina are connected by destiny. When an enchanted comet crosses the night sky to the find them, their ordinary lives take a wanton detour. The most secret ambition of each woman ignites, turning each down a powerful but dangerous path.
Comment by Ali Berlinski on January 12, 2012 at 5:55am


Thanks to my friends at Pubslush I have a wonderful opportunity to publish my book and simultaneously, help promote literacy in third world countries. 

To publish my book I need 2000 supporters. A supporter is a person who donates to my book. The minimum donation of $10 buys you a copy of my book, as well as donates a book to the featured charity. 

My book A beautiful Mess is a compilation of comedic personal essays. Think Carrie Bradshaw transplanted in the show Modern Family. While the book is deeply personal, I think it discusses issues many will relate to: divorce, single parenting, racial identity, depression, cancer, and heartache. By reading my book, I hope readers will find a part of their story embedded in mine or at the very least, laugh at my misfortunes. ☺

To support my book head to http://www.pubslush.com/book/view/84 . There you can read the first chapter. Any support you can offer, may it be networking or marketing advice, is truly appreciated. 

Thank you so much for your consideration and hopefully, support. I can’t do this with you.

Comment by Deborah Siegel on September 15, 2010 at 1:46pm
Comment by Teri Coyne on September 12, 2010 at 9:50am
Come to our Chicago Event on September 30th! Read more about it at Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Heroines

Members (32)



Latest Activity

Marsha Yasmine Marie posted a blog post

A New Beginning .....a poem

A New BeginningI heard a bird calling thru the wind. Come on let's go, a new life to begin. I can't I'm scared, I say. Don't look down, just walk this way. See More
3 hours ago
Kathryn Meyer Griffith commented on the blog post 'What Makes A Book A Success?'
"Kamy...I was you 32 years ago and the stories I could (and have) tell (told). The journey is just beginning for you and I would tell you that it isn't one book. It never is. I have 24 books behind me and a lifetime (45 years) of experiences I…"
3 hours ago
Kathryn Meyer Griffith posted a status
"Just finished and published my 24th book...read about my life's work: https://www.smashwords.com/interview/KathrynMeyerGriffith"
4 hours ago
Patti Clark commented on the blog post 'What Makes A Book A Success?'
"I love this Kamy! And it comes at a perfect time. I have been a 'published author' for 6 months now. And a lot of the 'brand new' excitement has worn off.  For the most part, the first question people ask me is "So how…"
6 hours ago




© 2016   Created by Kamy Wicoff.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service