Here, I share with you what I’ve realized as a writer over the years. I hope you find this post a good, even insightful, read! Continue reading What I Learned About Myself as a Writer 2020
Classic female protagonists create a name for themselves in the literary world of the 21st century. Continue reading Classic Women in the Modern World // ft. all your favorite girls: Jane, Jo, Elizabeth, & Anne
Based on observations and analysis of the original novels, not the film adaptations.
Two of classic literature’s most beloved heroines are none other than Elizabeth Bennet and Jo March, penned by Jane Austen and Louisa May Alcott. These two characters, brought to life on the page with their beauty, charm, intelligence, and namely, their outspoken opinions that reflect on the world around us, were written during a time when women had significantly fewer rights than they have now. The authors’ characters were truly embodiments of their voices, and these incredible women chose literature to express themselves in this way. Continue reading “Well behaved women seldom make history.”
In science fiction, the trope of aliens has been explored so many times that now, I can make a post comparing and contrasting the various ones! Continue reading Aliens : Comparing and Contrasting Five Diverse Examples
As you may or may not know, one of my favorite book series is the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer!
Being a writer, I am able to read books with my ‘writer’s eyes’. Basically, this means that in my subconscious, I’m constantly analyzing a book’s characters, world, and plot to judge it. So in today’s post, I thought it would be fun to analyze the first 280 words of each Lunar Chronicles book with my writer’s eyes, and break down what made them work.
Continue reading Analyzing The Lunar Chronicles : First 280 Words of Each Book.