A Must Read "Bloody Brilliant Women"



This article is dedicated to one of my daughters. Her precious gift and thoughtfulness will remain with me all my life.

During a school trip to the UK while looking for a gift to bring back, the book “Bloody Brilliant Women” attracted her full attention. Reading the title, she thought of her mother and she knew that I would enjoy reading it! (I would like to add that this book is a read for both women and men!)

I kept this precious reading for a family holiday. I am fully captivated by the content. A big thanks to you my dear daughter, this is a great read.
In this book, there is so much to learn from what women have achieved throughout British history. Not only is this book a reminder of these women who we knew very little or nothing about, but also a thought/reminder on what can still be achieved in our modern day life. 

A special reminder also to those other brilliant women throughout history who lived in other regions/ countries worldwide.  We have a lot to learn from them.

A special thought also to my other dear daughter. Both you and your sister are part of modern day women and I know that you will both accomplish great things. 

A big thanks to the author of this book “Cathy Newman”.  Your book is a beautifully written history of women, what they achieved and how they lived. 

If you are looking for an interesting read, I recommend that you look no further than “Bloody Brilliant Women by Cathy Newman”.  A book you will want to read again and again!

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Author. Brid Doherty-Appriou

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