Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Movies

I'm sorry if this is shorter than usual...I'm very tired, life has been hectic lately. I hope you enjoy nonetheless. 1. Marge Gunderson, Fargo: Marge is a very unassuming woman. You take one look at her and assume she's not going to be the brightest cop around, what with her being not only folksy, but … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in Movies

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

I may not be back yet...but I managed some free time and decided to work on an old post! So yeah, consider this a hiatus interlude or something. 😊 1. Akane Tsunemori, Psycho-Pass: In a world where mental health has been given (very twisted) priority, Akane seems to be seriously lucky. Her own Psycho-Pass is … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Emotional Strength in TV and Anime

A Random List: My Favorite Fictional Animals+ Kind of Hiatus

Hey guys, guess what? After deciding to finally get organized, I remember that I have to go on a very important trip in two days! I don't want to give any personal info, but let's say this is very important, and I need a lot of luck. But this means I'm gonna be on a … Continue reading A Random List: My Favorite Fictional Animals+ Kind of Hiatus

Short Story: Not My Cat

I wake up in the middle of the night to a small bundle of fluff resting on my hip. Mm. Looks like the cat’s come in early, I think to myself. I almost lean over to pat his head, but I stop myself. Either you’ll wake yourself up, or you’ll wake him up and he’ll … Continue reading Short Story: Not My Cat

Happy Father’s Day! Celebrating Fathers in fiction

If any of my followers are fathers, well then, happy Father's Day! Like with my Mother's Day post, I wanted to focus on some of the very best fathers, or father figures,  in fiction.  Books: Hans Hubermann, The Book Thief: Where do I even start with Hans? He wasn't just an amazing father figure to … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day! Celebrating Fathers in fiction

Happy Mother’s Day!: Celebrating mothers in fiction 

If any of my followers happen to be mothers, well, happy Mother's Day! Seriously, you have one of the hardest, most under appreciated jobs in the entire world.  Anyway, I wanted to focus on some of the best mothers (or maternal figures) that fiction has to offer. Movies: Hana, Wolf Children: Hana is the ultimate … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!: Celebrating mothers in fiction 

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime

1. Kurisu Makise, Steins;Gate: Subcategory: emotional At the young age of seventeen, Kurisu Makise was a renowned genius, had already graduated from college, and was working on a theory of time travel. However, her true genius became known to the viewers when she joined the Future Gadget Lab and worked alongside Okabe Rintaro. They uncovered … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in TV and Anime

Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in Books

First, what is mental strength? It's not just intelligence; it's how you use your smarts. It can be perseverance in achieving goals, to sticking to what you know is right. It can be the opposite too; being able to change your beliefs when they are proven wrong. It can be being flexible as well. Mental strength … Continue reading Analyzing Women’s Strength in Fiction: Mental Strength in Books

The Wizard’s Solution

Author's note: In the previous story, the Wozard's client had no name to protect the not so innocent; this week, she shall be known as Jane Doe. The Wizard's name won't be revealed to protect the innocent. Neither shall Jane Doe's husband.    "Is it done?" Ms. Doe asked greedily. The Wizard walked over to the … Continue reading The Wizard’s Solution

The Wizard’s Dilemna

The Wizard had never expected this. He had expected people to come to him asking for the cure to cancer. He'd expected elderly parent's children running to him, begging for dementia cures. In other words, he'd expected people to ask for cures for the incurable. This was the one situation he was not prepared for. … Continue reading The Wizard’s Dilemna