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Women in Classic and Contemporary Literature

On one hand, the world of fiction is a magical place where anything is possible and on the other, it is a mirror that reflects reality. 544 more words


Why I Loved Veronica Mars- A Storyteller’s Perspective

Nancy Drew meets Daria. That is how I’d describe the Veronica Mars series by Rob Thomas. Needless to say, I was hooked 5 minutes into the first episode. 478 more words


Lumberjanes Volume 1 Review

Friendship to the Max!

Wow, I have been really lucky in the books I pick to review lately– I just picked up the first volume of Lumberjanes (by Noelle Stevenson of… 362 more words


Book Review #33 - Paper Aeroplanes, by Dawn O'Porter

Hey guys!

Today’s review is my most unexpected surprise of the year so far! It’s Paper Aeroplanes by Dawn O’Porter.

Find every edition of this book over at… 635 more words


No women in cinema?


Not too much change except the first Place and this is a big one. 1.) Jurassic World (strong female Protagonist who plays the important part in the last 20 minutes. 61 more words

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Submit Your Questions for Eva's Character Interview!

Recently I asked for suggestions about how to celebrate the site’s upcoming 6th blogoversary. Since then, I’ve come up with not one, but TWO ideas that I’m going ahead with. 606 more words


Book Review: Radiant by Karina Sumner-Smith

Sitting squarely in the borderlands between science and fantasy, Karina Sumner-Smith’s first turn into novel length fiction (after a number of well received stories, including the Nebula nominated “An End to All things”) is the strongly crafted story of the ghost-seeing young woman Xhea in RADIANT, the first in the “Towers Trilogy”. 747 more words

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