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A New Leaf for Women in Media & Publishing

From the boardrooms to the battlefields, women continue to break barriers and prove that there's no limit to what they can achieve.

From the boardrooms to the battlefields, women continue to break barriers and prove that there's no limit to what they can achieve.

​If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve likely been hit by the pink wave created by the Barbie movie, and you probably went and watched it too. No matter what drove you to the movies, whether it be the nostalgia, the fashionista icon, the fact that it was directed by a woman and created for women, or the discussions around the movie, there's no denying that the influence of women in arts​, publishing, and cinema has been profound.

​Barbie may not be a superhero movie, but she is definitely more powerful than Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man all together. The intellect, courage, confidence, and love she inspires to this day are unparalleled, and after so much "mansplaining" in the world, it’s time for women in media and publishing to turn the table, driving forces in shaping the narratives, characters, and messages that have left lasting impacts on our society.

While Barbie is making a billion dollars in theaters, Taylor Swift is dominating the music industry with her billion dollar Eras Tour. Her tour is so massive that it is boosting the United States economy due to the tourist spending happening in the many cities she is visiting throughout her tour. In fact, the Australian government has also predicted that they will avoid a recession as a result of her Eras Tour coming to Australia. The simple fact that a single artist can have this much of an effect in multiple countries shows how powerful her message is and how much influence she holds.


The power of women in communication extends to the stories they tell, the perspectives they bring, and the inspiration they provide. Their wisdom and knowledge has touched every facet of human endeavor, including the world of literature. Take a look at a few of PRESStinely's female authors who have published books on the most diverse topics, becoming respected authorities in their fields.


Diane Helbig, a powerhouse in the world of ​sales and business, has shared her expertise with the world through her books. Her insights into entrepreneurship, sales, and leadership have empowered countless individuals to pursue their dreams and navigate the complexities of the business world. Through her work, she has shown that women not only belong in the boardroom but can also excel and lead.


In the realm of IT and personal growth, JJ DiGeronimo has been a guiding light. Her contributions to the tech industry and her focus on empowering women in STEM fields have made a significant impact. Her books have not only provided practical advice for career growth but have also inspired a new generation of women to break barriers and pursue their passions, regardless of the challenges they might face.


In a different sphere, Jakia Lindley's work in the military and as a survivor has been nothing short of inspirational. Through her writings, she has shared her experiences, resilience, and lessons learned from overcoming adversity. Her stories serve as a reminder that women possess a unique strength, a strength that has often been overlooked but is, in fact, one of the most powerful forces in the world.


The knowledge and wisdom that women bring to the table are invaluable. Their experiences, perspectives, and insights enrich our understanding of the world and open up new possibilities. From the silver screen to the pages of books, from the boardrooms to the battlefields, women continue to break barriers and prove that there's no limit to what they can achieve.


As we celebrate the accomplishments of women in arts, cinema, writing, and every other field, it's crucial to recognize the importance of their contributions. It's a reminder that the world is a better place when women's voices are heard and their wisdom is embraced.


Whether it's through the enchantment of a Barbie movie or the profound insights of authors like Diane Helbig, JJ DiGeronimo, and Jakia Lindley, women continue to be a source of inspiration and empowerment, reminding us that the world is a richer place when we recognize and celebrate the power of women in every facet of life. And these authors are only the tip of the iceberg; they include women who survived abuse, racism or loss of a child, experienced a Near Death Experience or had a spiritual awakening, developed a groundbreaking business technique to share or wrote an amazing story for children to revel in.


Please visit PRESStinely.com and navigate to our Publish With Us Page to check out all of our amazing women authors. Each of these women would not only love you to read their books, but to also leave an honest review as social proof is so important today!


Don't ever apologize for being a strong woman -


Kristen & Maira

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You two ladies are the greatest. Thanks for being there for me the last two years helping me while I wrote my book, THIRTY, A Mother’s Inspirational Journey After Losing Her Child. Both of you are very professional and know this industry well. I couldn’t have done It without you.

Love you both, Carole Sluski. my website is http://carolesluski.com


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