Category Archives: 33 Women
Josephine Baker 1906 – 1975 Ahhhh, Josephine! She is probably my favorite subject in 33 Amazing Women. You can’t go wrong with a magnificent diva. She was Cher before Cher was Cher. (Wow! Three Cher mentions in one sentence. I am … Continue reading
I will be selling books and cool earrings (made out of Shrinky Dinks!) at the UNH Makers Expo on Friday, Dec. 2 from 11 to 6 p.m. (I’ll be there from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. when another Amazing Woman will take … Continue reading
“If she had pointed to me and said, ‘You! You’re the one I choose! Come off with me!’ I would have gone with her. Anywhere.” — A man, 30 years Mead’s junior recalling meeting her at a dinner party.” Cultural anthropologist Margaret … Continue reading
“There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do.” ― Freya Stark For every copy of 33 Amazing Women that I sell though Amazon until December 31, 2016, I will donate $1 to the … Continue reading
Order now from the DocMacDoodles store on Amazon for the holidays! (Or if you need a little election de-stressing.) Local Author’s Second Adult Coloring Book Celebrates Women Meet 33 amazing women in New Hampshire author and illustrator Bridget Finnegan’s latest coloring book for … Continue reading
Addie takes her coloring very seriously. This is why she loves her new coloring book, 33 Women. It’s a combination of fun illustrations and great stories about amazing women. (Plus, Doc MacDoodle, our overly educated gorilla friend, makes an appearance … Continue reading
November 1 is when the new coloring book, 33 Amazing Women, will be available! 69 – 30 BC Cleopatra, Pharoah of Egypt, was a savvy politician and leader who made alliances, both romantic and political, with Rome. When Caesar was first in … Continue reading
33 Amazing women are the feature of my latest coloring book. Learn about Cleopatra, Dian Fossey, Dorothy Parker and many others from around the world. I’ll even have a bibliography too!
Seeing Bad Moms is a good way to celebrate Women’s Equality Day, right?