New collection of short stories of Daring Women – benefiting a great cause

On 8 June for Women’s Fiction Day, I joined twenty-two women’s fiction and historical fiction authors to release our new anthology, Feisty Deeds: Historical Fictions of Daring Women.

Aside from the excitement of a book launch, this project is even more special to us because all proceeds go to fund the Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA) Scholarship Fund. This fund helps aspiring women writers facing financial constraints to get access to the conferences, craft classes and writing software they need to make their writing dreams come true.

We have specifically kept the price low to encourage more sales – and more contributions to the scholarship fund. This collection is only $2.99 for the ebook and $9.99 for the paperback.

Help us to help these writers by purchasing your ebook or paperback copy of Feisty Deeds  – and enjoy a wide range of stories from twenty-three authors who examine women confronting adversity across centuries and around the globe. Like me, you’re sure love this mix of genres, time periods and writing styles in these twenty-three bite-sized stories.


Feisty Deeds Now Available


I’m thrilled to have a story in this collection (set in Italy’s Puglia region in 1480) and to have been one of the editors, and I truly enjoy every one of the stories in this collection. And judging from all the spectacular early editorial and reader reviews – I’m not the only one!

One August Day, Kimberly Sullivan


Here’s the short blurb for Feisty Deeds. Don’t miss out on this amazing collection, supporting an incredibly worthy cause.

Feisty women spanning six centuries ...

The twenty-three stories in this collection depict ordinary women—from the 1470s to the 1970s—who meet life’s challenges with fierce determination. Foreign invaders, rigid domestic authorities, strictures of society and religion, the supernatural, and love and family bonds all serve as catalysts for the feisty women in these tales.

See buy links for Feisty Deeds.

Feisty Deeds review

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