Thursday, July 30, 2015

Bluestocking Belles Guide #regencies

This post appeared at my other site Sweet n Sexy Divas, written by resident Diva Susana Ellis. This Bluestocking Belles Guide is something - wanted to share with you.

are pleased to announce

The Bluestocking Belles' Guide to a Good Time

  • An introduction to the Belles and their books
  • An invitation to join in the Belles' activities, such as the Bluestocking Bookshop, the Teatime Tattler, and monthly book club chats
  • Games, puzzles and quizzes about historical romance characters, books, and authors
  • More information about The Malala Fund and the Belles' commitment to global education for girls
To buy a print copy of the Bluestocking Belles’ Guide to a Good Time for $4.99,
with all proceeds going to the Malala Fund,
go to CreateSpace.
Download the game book here to print out yourself.

What are the Bluestocking Belles?

We are a group of eight Regency romance authors working together to bring our readers new books and advance the historical romance genre, and also to raise awareness of "bluestockings" around the world.
As a group, we support international awareness of the Malala Fund for girls' education and Malala Yousafzai's #TheLast campaign, so we will be creating projects designed specifically to generate global support for the education of young women and children.

Bluestocking Belles Social Media

Website • Facebook • Twitter • Newsletter
We have a lot of exciting things coming to our readers in the months to come, including box sets and a monthly book club chat.

Bluestocking Belles Events

Book Club Event

Join the Belles in our chatroom August 20, 2015 from 7-9 p.m. EDT to discuss

The Captive (Grace Burrowes)

Grace will match all donations to the Malala Fund (up to $2500)

What's a Bluestocking?

The term "bluestocking" refers to an intellectual or literary woman. In the 19th century it was a derisive term used for women who sought to rise above the role designated for them as wives, mothers, and decorative objects. For more information on the origin of the term, check out this link to a blog post on Susana's Parlour.

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