The number of books written with amazing heroines makes it daunting to pick 10. May your life be filled with too many heroines as well on this Inauguration Day. 75 more words
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I’ve heard a lot of creators talking about how they’re trying to write “strong heroines” for the ladies in the audience. Usually it’s framed as wanting to give the young women out there someone to look up to – someone they can see themselves in, the same way all the young lads can see themselves in the hero. 574 more words
Whether you’ve read Jane Austin or not, if you’ve ever taken an English lit class, you’ve no doubt heard of the British writer who created a legacy of intelligent, independent young heroines in a time where marriage was a woman’s chance at success. 793 more words
Growing up with a single mother, especially MY mother, I learned being a woman and being strong go hand in hand.
Growing up in the Pentecostal church, I learned about the Holy Spirit’s power to give everyone, male or female, the authority and ability to preach the Gospel, live a Christ-like life, and do fantastic works that would bring people to Jesus. 1,215 more words