Women Writers Collection
Our Women Writers collection of candles is inspired by 4 of our very favorite authors
J. California Cooper
J. California Cooper's trademark style is her intimate and energetic narration of sympathetic yet sometimes troubled characters. She delivers profound moral messages underneath seemingly simple stories that always includes the theme of love.
A romantic blend of Vanilla, Coconut and Rose.
“There are no small matters. A penny piece of candy can choke you to death, like a penny piece of lover can kill your soul.”
Toni Morrison wrote with the freedom of not having the gaze and judgement and or opinion of white america. Without their watchful eye, Toni Morrison was free to explore black identity in America and speak directly to black people through her reflective charm that was different from any other writer of her time.
The fresh scent of ocean water with a splash of sparkling citrus.
'You wanna fly? You got to give up the shit that weighs you down."
Zora Neale Hurston
Zora Neale Hurston often depicted African American life in the South and her work in anthropology examined black folklore. She wrote in black dialect and folk speech that was both praised and criticized.
Throughout her life she studied and promoted black culture studying and traveling to Jamaica and Haiti.
A tropical blend of sliced mango, fresh greens, exotic florals with papaya, citrus and sweetened musk.
Zora - “The present was an egg laid by the past that had the future inside of its shell."
Alice Walker, a womanist and free spirited naturalist who believes in experimenting with ways of being and loving. Alice writes about the black woman’s struggle for spiritual wholeness and sexual, political, and racial equality.
Crisp Watery Notes with amber notes and warm wood and violet. If purple had a smell...
“The most common way people give up their power is my thinking they don’t have any.”
Maya. The playwright, writer, poet, storyteller, activist who shared her stories and secrets with her readers.
She wrote in a direct, plain spoken way and her frequent use of metaphors and similes often made her writings feel like an inviting conversation.
There’s a phrase in Ghana; it’s called ‘deep talk,’ when you really think about it, it takes you deeper...I’d like to think I write ‘deep talk.’”
Crisp berries, pomegranate, sun-ripened raspberries and juicy citrus blend with refreshing greens and notes of Prosecco.