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BookTrib and Tall Poppy Writers Celebrate the Rise of Lawless Heroines in Historical Fiction

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BookTrib Article Highlights the Rise of Lawless Heroines in Historical Fiction

Suddenly, there’s a rise in novels featuring women on the other side of the law, their trials and adventures … Why the interest?”

— Heather Webb

WESTPORT, CT, UNITED STATES, March 5, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — BookTrib.com, the leading online book review and news website, has published an article exploring the newfound fascination with lawless heroines in historical fiction. Written by bestselling author Heather Webb, who is also a member of Tall Poppy Writers, the article delves into the rise of novels featuring women on the other side of the law, their trials, adventures, and the allure of their darker lives.

Titled “4 Historical Novels That Burn Down Stereotypes of Lawless Women,” the article explores the nuances and complexities of these characters. It delves into the reasons behind the growing interest in female protagonists who defy societal norms and embrace lives of rebellion and intrigue.

“For ages we’ve devoured stories about gangsters and cowboys, thieves and pirates, and all manner of scoundrels, but they nearly always feature male protagonists,” writes Webb. “Suddenly, there’s a rise in novels featuring women on the other side of the law, their trials and adventures … Why the interest?”

“These characters have the kind of lives most of us would never consider but were able to safely live vicariously through their journeys on the page,” writes Webb. “Lawless women … completely burn down stereotypes that surround the typical female roles from their particular era.”

The article highlights several recently released and upcoming novels that showcase lawless heroines, including:

• “A True Account Hannah Masury’s Sojourn Amongst the Pyrates, Written by Herself” by Katherine Howe

• “Queens of London” by Heather Webb

• “The Assassin of Venice” by Alyssa Palombo

• “The Last Twelve Miles” by Erika Robuck

BookTrib invites readers to explore these captivating novels and join the discussion surrounding lawless heroines in historical fiction on its social media.

About BookTrib:

BookTrib.com, celebrating 20 years of serving readers and authors, is an online book magazine that offers readers engaging content, author interviews, book recommendations, and more. With a focus on helping readers discover their next great read, BookTrib celebrates the world of books and the people who love them. BookTrib also offers resources to help authors spread the word about their books.

About Tall Poppy Writers:

Tall Poppy Writers is the only cross-genre, cross-publisher women’s author collective in the world. Its goal is to help its author members boost their careers through marketing, partnerships, discounts, and other opportunities.

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Originally published at https://www.einpresswire.com/article/693454481/booktrib-and-tall-poppy-writers-celebrate-the-rise-of-lawless-heroines-in-historical-fiction

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