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Life As A Heroine Addict

Life As A Heroine Addict

Engie tagged me in something called the heroine tag, which doesn’t appear to have any particular rules, but does have questions to answer. I’ve got more into these Q&A posts recently, and I thought it might be fun to tackle. Which heroine would you trade places with? Being a heroine always seems to have a lot of disadvantages as well as advantages: protagonists always have to suffer before they can succeed. But I’d maybe go with Deryn Sharp from Leviathan…

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Intrinsically Intertextual Inspirations

Intrinsically Intertextual Inspirations

I nearly called this post “Faith and Fiction” and then remembered I already had a post called that and it is not this post. I’ve reached a point where I’ve been blogging long enough that I’m running out of titles. Or maybe I’m just not thinking creatively enough – which I guess is possible. Over the past couple of years of studying English Literature I’ve become increasingly aware how much you need to know to be able to understand a…

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Blog Your Values

Blog Your Values

This blog post is going to have ALL OF THE LINKS. So I’m really sorry if you’re reading it on a phone or something. Some social media experts believe that blogs don’t sell books. Others believe that they do. They have advantages—unlike Facebook, which is constantly changing, they’re at least under the author’s control. And they’re less likely to disappear than a social network. I mean, anyone who tried to build a platform on Myspace must have been bummed out…

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