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Hunger Games: Female leads, Love Triangles and a tiny movie review

Katniss Everdeen is not a typical girl! (this article was written after my blog) 1. When I first read the first chapter I wasn’t sure if Katniss was a girl or Gale was a girl….. 2. She can’t lie: Notice how she’s always the last to know about the real plot (wait Peeta is actually … Continue reading

I think we’ve m…

I think we’ve made a mistake,” he says softly. “We’ve all started to put down the virtues of the other factions in the process of bolstering our own. I don’t want to do that. I want to brave, and selfless, and smart, and kind, and honest.” p. 405 p. 405 Divergent by Veronica Roth My … Continue reading

“STRONG” female characters

“STRONG” female characters A great article about heroines, here are some of my reflections https://katyandtheword.wordpress.com/tag/katniss/

A MAN DARES TO RANK THE DISNEY PRINCESSES, FROM WORST TO FIRST

A MAN DARES TO RANK THE DISNEY PRINCESSES, FROM WORST TO FIRST My friend dares to rate the Disney Princesses from a male perspective from 1st to worst. I think he does a  good job 🙂

Talia: Chapter 1

I can’t sleep. Note, this is not an unusual fact of life, but there it is. I am up awake again looking at where the moon should be. There is no moon of course, only the dark and feathery clouds that have blocked the moon for the last three years. I remember because it started … Continue reading

Book Review: “Dead Ever After” by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse Series)

In honor of this being the last book in the series, I did what I always do with good series, I reread the entire series before starting on the final book…(I’m a rereader) (Note, trying to avoid spoilers) The ending is good–there is still a lot of mystery-type-plot…a lot of loose ends are tied up … Continue reading

Ode to Cimorene

Originally posted on Disrupting Dinner Parties:
***NOTE: this post will be a little bit of a spoiler for the book Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede. The post will discuss the first two chapters. SO if you do not mind a very little spoilage, read on! **** Throughout most of my youth and young…

Love Joss Whedon

(in other words, what’s with your obsession with females with swords..oh wait it might not be an obsession…it might just be awesome writing!)

Review: The Spy Princess by Sherwood Smith

The Spy Princess I found this in the Elementary Readers section of the library, which is interesting, but I think a good fit. Crown Duel is often found in YA section and the main character didn’t really interest me. For those who don’t know the Crown Duel and Wren series are both in the same … Continue reading

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