Happy International Women's Day

On behalf of A Lady's Prerogative, The Butterfly Dragon and Shhhh! Digital Media, I'd like to wish everyone a Happy International Women's Day.

In those wishes I'd like to include the people of every gender who contribute to furthering gender equality especially where it affects Women's Rights.

I'd go so far as to consider this a daily thing, though this day and upcoming weekend are special in that regard. Making a bit more effort for this cause.

If you're interested in watching something about the history of Women's Rights and its progress throughout society, I'd highly suggest that you watch: Suffragettes Forever: Women And Power which is available on TVO, a local public television station that offers great documentary and educational programming.

If you're interested in finding some great reading authored by Women, then you should head right over to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation where you'll find: International Women's Day: 18 Canadian women writers to read in 2018.

Women's Day is an international day in recognition of Women in society of all ages and cultures. You'll find a great article with regard to this at the United Nations News.

I am also happy to announce that A Lady's Prerogative: Bella's Tarot Reading is now finished (first draft) for those of you who'd like to close the book on that story.

Secondly, The Butterfly Dragon: What Different Eyes See has also progressed quite a bit since I last posted any notice of update.

Over the course of this weekend I'll be working on things mostly related to International Women's Day and issues surrounding Women, the results of which I'll share via social media where applicable at some point in the near future.

One last thing that I should mention is that there are some people that believe that when you do anything of a good nature, that you are doing it to shed guilt for something bad that you did. I don't live by any such eidos and nothing that I do here is done with the intent of cleansing myself of past grievances and misgivings. I'd recommend that you don't read anything into it because there's no hidden agenda here.

Thank you very much to my readers and to every Women of every age and culture, I hope that your life opportunities continue to grow in a positive way.

Brian Joseph Johns