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Book Response: Samantha Ellis's How to Be a Heroine

In Samantha Ellis’s How To Be a Heroine: Or, What I’ve Learned from Reading Too Much, we venture via beloved books and heroines from Ellis’s younger years and the accompanying yearning to be a princess to more recent years and her discovery that she, too, can be her own heroine in a myriad of ways. 2,764 more words

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How To Be A Heroine: Or What I've Learned From Reading Too Much: Review

There’s no shortage of heroes/heroines in my life. (Shameless plug: In fact, I have a special blog series dedicated to some of my literary heroes/heroines. Check out my… 873 more words


Spring Reading Wrap Up | Part Two

In which I tackle intersectional feminism and cult pop culture classics.

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How to be a Heroine: Or what I’ve learned from reading too much

I’m a bit at a loss as to what to say about this book. In a weird way I hated it. Who is this Samantha Ellis person and… 627 more words


Review - How to Be a Heroine by Samantha Ellis

Note: Okay readers, this is going to be a little different. Because this book was a memoir and not a work of fiction, the review formatting will different. 640 more words


'How to be a Heroine' and 'Why not me?'

Over Christmas I was luckily enough to receive ‘How to be a Heroine’ by Samantha Ellis, which I completely loved. Whilst mainly being inspired by the ‘classics’ Ellis covers a wide range of literature and how they influence us, it made me think about novels and characters in ways I hadn’t expected and has also lengthened my reading list by quite a bit. 359 more words