The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 2

This article is the second in a three part series dealing with the three types of female heroines available to writers. Part One may be read here. Last week we reviewed the first type of strong female heroine originally described by Anthony Marchetta here. In order for an author to properly portray this kind of … Continue reading The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 2

The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 1

This article is the first in a three part series dealing with the three types of female heroines available to writers. Readers, you may remember that in the comments below my article “How Do You Create Strong Female Leads,” I promised to revisit the premise of that post in the future. This was due to … Continue reading The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 1

To Curse or Not to Curse – How Often Should Your Heroes Use Foul Language?

Following the lead of last week’s post, we come to this point: how often should the heroes in your fiction use foul language? I am being perfectly serious, readers and future writers. Some of you might have noticed that there are no curse or swear words in my articles here. Generally, this author avoids doing … Continue reading To Curse or Not to Curse – How Often Should Your Heroes Use Foul Language?