This book is your trusted guide on the path to becoming a true Daring Female. If you don't have a copy yet, quick, get yours now!
I hope to turn this Resources section into a powerful arsenal of tools to
help all of us Daring Females become our most daring and gutsiest selves!
I will be adding to it often, so please continue to check back.
If you know of a book, website, person, or anything else that your fellow Daring Females could benefit from please send me an email to natasha at daringfemale.com and let me know!
To help all of the aspiring Daring Female writers out there, I've started a
blog series called Getting Published. I will post links to the blogs in the
series here, in the Resources section, as I write them so you can refer to
them at your own pace.
The First Step - click here
A wonderful and growing resource for women. Check out their monthly
teleconferences with authors and experts and great teleclasses!
A growing community for women bloggers founded by true Daring Females.
A great and inspiring site that features dozens of women who run their own artistic businesses, from jewelry-making to illustration. Features interviews with each of the women, and links to their individual sites. Incredibly motivating.
If you’re a mom and a writer (or you want to be a writer), check out this supportive site.
For aspiring writers, as I know many Daring Females are, this is a great resource for finding agents, publishers, and getting the latest scoop on book deals. (I found my agent using this site!)
Another great resource for aspiring writers - John Kremer keeps an ongoing list of self-published books that become bestsellers. A great shot of inspiration that I've used often.
This site has some great resources - my favorite are the book reviews by women.
I only recently stumbled onto this site and found it to be a really interesting resource.
Artella is a great magazine and online playground with endless resources
for writers, artists, and creative spirits!
100 Years of Solitude Maybe the greatest book ever written, by one of my favorite authors. If you haven't read it, you've got to.
The House of the Spirits
I've recently discovered this author, Isabel Allende, and can't believe that it took me so long.
You can love her or hate her, but I think every Daring Female owes it to herself to read Ayn Rand just once in her life. And if you only read one book, make it this one.
The Woodhull Institute is a not-for-profit educational organization that provides ethical leadership training and professional development for women. It's a great resource that I hope you will check out.
Dress For Success
Help other women take on their dares by donating a suit to this great organization (founded by a truly Daring Female!)
I saw Luciana Souza perform live and I came out breathing fuller and smiling wider. This CD is worth a listen.
Sometimes a girl just HAS to dance! I heard this CD in a store once, then spent three hours trying to remember the name of the artist and looking for it. Perferct for your gym soundtrack.
Kelly illustrated the interior of the Daring Female book and created many of the images you see on other Daring Female products. If you ever need some creative illustration help, you've got to give her a try!