Probably not what you thought!

If you thought this would be a blog about flowers, artwork, writing, pretty pictures or happy rainbows, I’m sorry to disappoint you.  Well, not really.  If you’re familiar with my works, then you will know there is an underlying theme of feminine empowerment, recognizing not only the struggles women face today, but how those struggles have both changed and remained the same throughout history. Recognizing where we are and where we came from gives us each power over where we will go and how to get there.

In the coming posts you will find a convergence of history, cultures, politics, world events, interviews, heroic women accomplishing amazing and inspiring feats, and even fiery condemnation for those who attempt to demean half the world’s population by suggesting or demanding subservience.

The blog isn’t exactly about feminism, but rather focuses on demanding equality and shedding light on the path, both behind and ahead, which leads to it. I hope you will take this journey with me.

I will happily review any suggestions for stories.  Send them to AnnLavendar@annlavendar.com

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Ann Lavendar is an author of Children's books, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction. She lives in Southern California with her family and fur babies and enjoys the mountain views from her writing habitat. She is a Texas Tech Alumni. Guns up! Ann has worked in the industry more than two decades with publications in magazines, newspapers, and textbooks world wide and multiple books available in print and eBook formats. She organized youth writing programs and conferences in West Texas and was the third director of the Write Right Critique Group, located in Lubbock, Texas, an organization recognized by and featured in Writers' Digest. She has also worked as an editor, including presently with LeeLoo Publishing. She has been the Literacy Day featured author for Sam's Club and Walmart and has been an invited speaker and taught workshops at multiple writers' conventions. Ann taught creative writing for adults as part of the community outreach program. Check out her work day blog Daily Write! right here on goodreads! Ann Lavendar also is an avid supporter of equal and civil rights, pushing awareness, calls to action, and encouraging legislative development in the United States and abroad. Her blog, Lavendar Thoughts, tackles issues which have direct impact on the progress of civil and human rights. She believes every person has the right to grow to their full and best potential.

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