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 Fourth Stoker and Homes novel finally has a release date!

Since I was on hiatus for so long, I decided to post two posts today!  Anyway, I have been waiting for the latest installment of the Stoker and Holmes series since 2015. And finally, there is news... The fourth book has been titled The Carnelian Crow.  And... It will be released... On... ... JULY 11th, … Continue reading The Fourth Stoker and Homes novel finally has a release date!

Analyzing Three Types of Strength in Women in Fiction: Physical Strength in Books

I've been reading a lot of articles lately on what makes strong women, and noticed that many of them noted women who were physically above average. But then I thought about how many female characters I personally admire wouldn't do so well in a fight. And then I wondered; what makes these characters, who probably … Continue reading Analyzing Three Types of Strength in Women in Fiction: Physical Strength in Books

“What Cats Do” book tag (original)

So... I have created another tag...haha. This time, it's just for books and written media [comics, manga, Webtoons] and the questions are all based on things cats do and things cat owners experience. Before this tag starts, I'd like you to appreciate my cats for a moment: I will probably do another variation on this … Continue reading “What Cats Do” book tag (original)