The women in these stories did the unthinkable for their time: they followed their own paths, flouting convention and daring to break from the traditions of family and marriage. They chose a life outside the rm, a decision for which most paid dearly. Nell Shipman was overlooked because she was t as acquiescent as required; she opened an independent production company just when the major Hollywood studios began exerting their power. Isobel Gunn, once revealed to be a woman, lost her livelihood and her respectability. And almost everyone scorned Mother Caroline Fulham. In Rebel Women, you'll discover women who faced conflict, adversity and doubt to follow their dreams.
Linda Kupecek is a Calgary-based author and retired actress. She was a columnist with The Hollywood Reporter in Los Angeles for 10 years, and her writing has been published in numerous magazines, including City Palate, TV Guide and Country Collectibles. She has acted in regional theatre and in classic films such as McCabe and Mrs. Miller. Her publications include The Rebel Cook; the Amazing Stories Fiction and Folly for the Festive Season and Rebel Women; and Deadly Dues, the first mystery in the Lulu Malone Mystery series. Please visit www.lindakupecek.com.