Rebellious Times

Voyages through a time of great social upheaval. Gripping stories of personal battles, crushing defeats, and incredible triumphs.

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Before Hillary Clinton, before women could vote, there was Victoria Woodhull. Born into poverty, abused by her family, sold into marriage, Victoria became the...

I'm excited to tell you that the Book Readers Appreciation Group has awarded The Renegade Queen with a B.R.A.G. medallion. Only 10-15 percent of...

As exciting as it is to have two female presidential contenders for 2016, it is also encouraging that women vote more than men and...

It is 1866. The Civil War has been fought and won, but has left the country in tatters. 600,000 men are dead. President Lincoln...

In terms of social and political equality, what country affords women the same rights as men? We often think that women have more rights...

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George Francis Train (1829-1904) was a man of many titles. He was the "clipper ship" king, having organized the clipper slip line that sailed...

When I wrote The Renegade Queen, I expected hate mail for portraying Susan B. Anthony as a lesbian (she was), but I did not...

Tennessee Claflin, after she moved to England, married a very wealthy Brit, Francis Cook, Viscount of Montserrat. A believer in women's rights, he encouraged...

In the 1870s, media was just starting to become powerful, and pictures were more powerful than words. And one cartoonist, Thomas Nast, was the...

Living in Indiana, I have a special interest in Henry Ward Beecher for he was founder of the Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis before...

Tennessee covets two things; gold and men. Bawdy and brash, she uses her charm to help her sister Victoria fight for women’s rights. What starts...