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- Writing is like cooking
- Shhh, don’t tell my husband!
- Living on the street by choice, poetry and blogging - an exclusive interview with blogger This Old Toad
- The joke is on me! - Installment 2 of the 'Just when you thought this could only happen in fiction' mini series
- Resolutions resolutions, who are we kidding?
- Ode to Bookmarks: the new endengered species?
- I told you so!
- Can a fiction book make you scream: WOW, Haruki Murakami and I are like two peas in a pod! Installment 6 of the Can a fiction book make you...mini series
- She's done it again! Patricia Cornwell's Dust - a review
Tag Archives: women in fiction
Let’s start with a bang. At number 1. is Lisbeth Salander, young, ill at ease in society, super gifted heroine of the Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson. If you are looking for kick a** female fictional character, you’ve got it: ‘There were not … Continue reading