The VERY amazing Margaret @ Weird Zeal created this excellent original tag for Women’s History Month (which is THIS MONTH! RIGHT NOW!)
I wanted to do something Valentine’s-themed and this is what I came up with.
This post will be a mish-mash of surprising trivia and strong opinions about various fictional romances.
As should be obvious, spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Lupercalia Special: Let’s Talk About Ships”
Feel. That. Love.
No one tagged me for this. I’m just here, Valentining around.
I COULD HAVE SWORN I’D ALREADY DONE THIS TAG.
I had an epiphany recently about my favorite type of ship.
(“Ship” as in “fictional relationship,” not as in “boat.”)
I used to say my favorite was “enemies to lovers.”
I knew, though, that that description wasn’t quite right.
Then I watched The Rise of Skywalker and realized, “Duh…I like Hero x Villain ships.” Continue reading “Favorite Ship Dynamics”
Whether you’re buying gifts for friends and family or browsing for books for yourself, this list might help point you in a direction.
I hope you find something you like.
Certain fictional characters fill me with a powerful rage.
These characters are rude to my cinnamon rolls, use offensive terminology, emotionally abuse their loved ones, or just generally get on my nerves.
The following list contains characters I can never forgive.
(Note: Expect spoilers for every series under the sun…but mostly Harry Potter.)
(CW: discussions of sexual assault, slut-shaming, and emotional abuse ahead)
Summer is winding down and I’m thirsty all the time.
Care for a drink? Continue reading “Summer Drink Book Tag [ORIGINAL]”
I came across a character I’d never heard of the other day that I immediately wanted on my fantasy feminist team.
I would’ve called the post dedicated to her “The 12th (Wo)man: Rounding out the Fantasy Feminist Line-up.”
Then I discovered a whole host of female characters that I love.
My reasons for choosing these characters are less clear-cut and, in some cases, heavily influenced by aesthetics, hence the second-string designation. Still, I found so many great fictional women (some of them BY ACCIDENT) that I didn’t want to leave anyone out.
My fantasy team continues to grow.
No, Hermione Granger is not on this list. Continue reading “Second-string Fantasy Feminists”