Strength In Female Characters & Keeping Their Clothes On…


reblogToday’s reblog refers to female lead characters – some awesome advice and views on these blogs.

Have you got a strong female lead in your work?

How do you categorize her?

What traits did you want to show in her character?

Enjoy.

http://corsetsandcutlasses.wordpress.com/2014/03/26/how-to-create-strong-female-characters-in-historical-fiction/

http://corsetsandcutlasses.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/on-writing-strong-female-characters-make-them-human/

 http://ginablaxill.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/what-makes-a-strong-female-character/

Amelia_Earhart,_circa_1928Amelia Earhart – a true hero

Modern day female heroes tend to be portrayed in scantily clad costumes and yearning for a male counterpart – is this really necessary? Can’t women characters be strong, confident and capable without having to be ‘frail’ in some way?

Katniss_EverdeenKatniss Everdeen – make believe hero

What is your view?

 

 

 

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