Happy Friday and welcome to my stop on What Girls are Good For by David Blixt blog tour hosted by Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours! Amy Bruno, owner of HFVBT, says David Blixt is one of her favorite authors, so I could not miss the opportunity to read and review this book! I also have giveaway for you so make sure to read all the way to the bottom to check it out.
Have you heard of Nellie Bly? That spitfire of a reporter important for catapulting women’s rights?
Nellie Bly was born Elizabeth Cochrane in small-town Pennsylvania during the Victorian era. As an adult, she reads the article, “What Girls are Good For,” which compels her to to write a letter to the Pittsburgh Dispatch. Well, guess what? They paper hired her as a reporter, which was practically unheard of for women at the time.
Elizabeth changes her name…
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