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Women’s Web & Juggernaut Books invite you to join us on an exciting blogathon, inspired by the warrior women of history.
In Devi Yesodharan’s Empire, a young Greek girl in India, Aremis grows up to be a fearsome warrior guarding the Chola emperor. Whether literally like Aremis, or in so many other ways, women are warriors! Share a warrior story of a woman you know – maybe even yourself.
Empire is a stunning historical novel set in the time of the Chola empire, with superb plotting and a memorable and unique heroine, Aremis.
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When a Greek pirate ship sails in to loot the wealth of the Cholas, it is brutally defeated by the navy and forced to pay a compensation. A payment that includes a twelve-year-old girl, Aremis.
Aremis grows up to be a skilled warrior, a great asset to the Cholas. But she is a foreigner among her captors, even though the emperor trusts her to guard his person. Empire is the story of a lone Greek girl among Tamil boys.
Get set for an exciting read at Juggernaut Books.
Share your story of a warrior woman – perhaps a woman you know who’s battled the odds, or someone who actually serves in the forces, or a historical warrior woman – or maybe yourself!
There are no limits to this story-telling – except your imagination. We’re waiting to hear your story, inspired by that of Aremis.
Drumroll please. Congratulations to all winners. Please send us your postal address and phone numbers at email@example.com to claim your prize!
Mandavi Jaiswal, Lakshmi Priya, TheGreyDove, Sinjini Sengupta, Shivani Thakral, Romila C, Tanvi Sinha, Vedica Saxena,Deepti Menon, Ipsita Basu, Maitabi Banerjee,Tina Seqiera, Anupama Dalmia,Rajlakshmi Kurup , Seema Taneja ,Nupur Maskara, Pooja Sharma Rao, Sowjanya Bonda, Madhu, Arunima Singh.
CONGRATULATIONS. You can read the winning entries below in the comments.
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Here are my thoughts on warrior women ~ https://inderpreetuppal.com/2017/09/05/women-who-strive/
Here is my story on a strong and silent warrior woman whom I admire the most https://goo.gl/gv6ANw
Here is a link to my entry:
http://www.floatingexpressions.com/gasping-for-breath/ Here is my story. #warriorwomen
Dear Team WW, Please find my submission entry: https://thetinaedit.com/2017/09/06/the-show-must-go-on-fffaw-flashfiction/
Just in time, to all the warrior women here and in our world http://poojasharmarao.blogspot.in/2017/09/warrior-women.html
my blog post on #WarriorWomen https://nehakalra42.blogspot.in/2017/09/escape-first-step-it-was-going-to-be.html
My blog post on my Warrior Women here: https://maamusings.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/warrior-women-mom/
I absolutely loved the idea of this Blogathon.My entry for this competition http://healthwealthbridge.com/detective-anvika-mystery-missing-guest/
when will the results be out?
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