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It’s a small-group adventure, which is why the price is a little higher than other book writing courses out there. I’m not interested in scaling it up to get as many people as possible through the doors. So you’re guaranteed a lot of personal attention from me, twice a week, for 4 weeks.
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There’s also a very accelerated timeline in the movie, which is sad in some ways, but honestly necessary to the pace of the movie. It just wouldn’t be possible to drag it out like you can in a book. On rereading, the book felt slow in comparison because there is SO MUCH TIME between issues. The rage is more at a gentle simmer rather than at full burn.Although this is a MicroBook course and I encourage to you to write and publish your MicroBook — there’s no reason why it can’t be the forerunner of a longer book. for my twelfth-grade Current Topics teacher for calling me a feminazi in front of the entire class. You insulted me, but you also sparked my interest in feminism, so really, the joke is on you. Revenge is best served cold, you jerk. CHAPTER ONE”
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Lucy?” he says, calling on the new girl, Lucy Hernandez, who’s had her hand up since he asked the question. He stares at her blankly and waits. This is what it means to be a feminist. Not a humanist or an equalist or whatever. But a feminist. It's not a bad word. After today it might be my favorite word. Because really all it is is girls supporting each other and wanting to be treated like human beings in a world that's always finding ways to tell them they're not."It’s like I’m living in a feminist fantasy,” Lucy says. “But it can’t be a complete fantasy, because Roxane Gay isn’t here.” I'm a high school English teacher, writer, wife, and mom who writes books for and about young adults. My novels are MOXIE, THE TRUTH ABOUT ALICE, DEVOTED, AFTERWARD, and THE LIARS OF MARIPOSA ISLAND. Three years later, and we have a Netflix movie! Yay! I’ve been excited about this since it was announced because I thought it would translate well to the screen. I definitely feel like I was right, when I watched it (a couple of weeks ago now, around when it came out), I ended up feeling similarly to when I finished the book. But it also left me with a burning desire to reread the book (“oh no!” I hear my TBR shouting). So this weekend, I have done just that.
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There needs to be more books like this, or I just need to find them, or someone needs to suggest them to me! Moxie is unashamedly feminist, but also takes a look at high school culture in small towns with a football obsession, and at how some men behave. I enjoyed it and remember coming out of it feeling empowered and like I need to do more. I am always striving to be a better feminist and this really brought out that side of me.I have The Fear, too. I’ve never met a writer that doesn’t. Every damn time I sit down to write and often when I’m just, you know, chilling, The Fear rears it’s hairy butt and moons me. You can use The Fear. I can help you. The love interest was a good addition to the story and represented that not all the members of the male species are awful jerks. Which, helloooooo, there definitely should’ve been more of!! Gah, there I go, getting all angry and ish. Calmness. Calminissitiness be blessed upon you. And if you upgrade to the VIP MicroBook Mega, I’ll do all the typesetting for you, and create the files you need to publish it. (Please note, I am unable to typeset complex or image-heavy books, so if you’re not sure, speak to me first.)