Molly is every woman who’s juggled an infant, a 4-year-old, a full-time job and a husband who travels. Her days are exhausting, tedious, mind-numbing, and terror-filled.
Margaret Atwood's "The Testaments," which begins 15 years after the "The Handmaid's Tale" leaves off, is a wild ride, taking readers beyond the walls of the fictional Gilead.
In this new series, as she has done in her previous novels, Locke skillfully packs "Heaven, My Home" with realistic and, at times, uncomfortable situations as she depicts complicated characters.
‘Klara and the Sun’ follows the relationship between a caring humanoid and her 14-year-old companion, asking pertinent existential questions along the way.
Lizzie Fry’s debut novel takes place in an alternative Earth where misogyny is rampant, and being female is basically an offence.
Five authors reveal the kind of comments they have received over their years of writing, relating to gender or not, and how they dealt with them.
Set in a grand old Gothic manor in England, Emma Rous’ latest follows two girls from their teens to present day lives, and the web of suspense that envelopes them.
Titled “The Arab Gulf’s Pivot to Asia: From Transactional to Strategic Partnerships,” the book edited by Dr N. Janardhan argues that while economic relations still form the fulcrum of Gulf-Asia association, ‘strategic’ partnerships are fast becoming the norm.
In “The Island of Sea Women,” she explores a unique culture where women go to the sea daily while men stay home to care for children.