Category: Characters development

Katniss vs. Tris: Who is the stronger character?

As the DC Comics superhero clash movie Superman Vs. Batman hits the theaters this weekend,…

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Is Katniss Everdeen a strong female character?

I have now seen all four Hunger Games movies and read all three books, and…

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Will Tracy Lawson’s novels become this generation’s Ayn Rand substitute?

By SR Staley Resist, the second novel in Tracy Lawson’s Resistance Series, picks up right…

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Game of Thrones and rape as a plot device

By SR Staley A virtual firestorm of debate erupted last month over a rape scene…

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The social value of dystopian literature

by Claire W. Staley After discussing dystopian literature with a wide variety of people, including…

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How dwarves ended up in St. Nic, Inc.: An unexpected journey

Little people figure prominently in my newest novel, St. Nic, Inc.  Moreover, the climax hinges on…

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