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Female characters in fantasy-fiction Part 2: “Strong” Female Characters

Why do we even need to specify “strong” when referring to female characters? Why such is not the case for their male counterparts? Maybe because in fiction, we saw too many females portrayed as damsels in distress, empty shells of love interests for … Continue reading

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Female characters in fantasy/fiction Part 1: Female Warrior Armors Suck!

No one would be surprised to hear me say that strong female protagonists are very dear to me 🙂 To be honest, I may not judge a book by its cover, but I certainly evaluate it by its female characters … Continue reading

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7 things I hate reading in novels

It’s been a while… since the last time I wrote a blog post. But I’m not dead or anything. Just busy. But since last week, I’m also very sick. I am stuck at home, agonizing. So why not write something? It’s … Continue reading

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10 things Shakespeare has taught us

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My Kafka-esque experience on reading “Awakenings, I found my heart in San Franscisco by Susan X. Meagher” on Kindle for PC

First things first, this post is intended either for those of you who have read this book or for those who could have but chose not to. This is not a book review, and there might be spoilers ahead. And just so … Continue reading

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10 Oxymorons That I Find Silly

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