We believe the themes of feminism can apply to all genres from Science Fiction to Memoir, and to both male and female characters. Feminism is about the equality of the sexes, for better or for worse. Men are not always strong. Women are not always emotional. Feminism sets both genders free to be individuals and this has meaning beyond the obvious. Consider the implications of feminism in regard to heterosexuality, homosexuality, economics, crime, family dynamics, workplace dynamics, and much more. All of this plays a role in fiction.
Our work centers around characters that reflect the diversity and strength of real women. Unlike mainstream publishers, we only take on projects that push boundaries, challenge stereotypes, and are empowering to women. Enjoy.
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These days "self-published" doesn't necessarily mean crappy. Self-publishers can make a respectable career for themselves if they avoid some of the biggest pitfalls. Namely, slapping horrible covers onto their manuscripts. Here's the truth about what a good book cover can get you, and what a horrible cover can't.Read More
Writing fiction is not very difficult. But writing it well can be quite a challenge. For any kind of fiction writing, one of the most important and basic steps is to come up with a plot that is engaging, believable and exciting. This is also the most difficult part. The quality of your plot will determine how good or bad your piece of fiction writing will turn out to be. Here are a few basics to keep in mind while writing a good fictional plot.Read More
One of the biggest mistakes a writer can make is to incorporate standard clichés into their plots. Why you might ask? Well, to begin with, it signals a lack of writing skills and amateurishness. Above all, the main problem with clichéd story structures is that they get boring, ultimately resulting in a loss for the writer and also for the reader or viewer as well. No one wants to read or watch something that has been done a million times over.
So, if you're an aspiring writer looking to get your break, then here are some of the top storyline clichés you must avoid...Read More