S#11: Paper Hat

Last night I took the entertainment section of the paper and made it more entertaining.

CJ was kind enough to also model for me.

The heading reads “Disney’s Last Princess”. It was quite an interesting article, saying that little girls no longer want to be princesses (unless they’re under five). Apparently “look pretty and find a man” (or its corollary, “look dashing and find a girl”) is no longer considered a universal goal.

I can think of one obvious exception to that rule (in which “look pretty” becomes “have extra-tasty blood”) but let’s ignore that and be encouraged.

To my fellow writers: Please, for the sake of all that is good in the world, write interesting, active protagonists.

Your homework: Read “Sabriel” by Garth Nix (PG/M for gore and violence). In my opinion, it is the best book ever written.

Published by Felicity Banks

I write books (mainly adventure fantasy for kids and young adults), real-time twittertales, and a blog of Daily Awesomeness. @Louise_Curtis_ and http://twittertales.wordpress.com. My fantasy ebook is on sale at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/278981.

2 thoughts on “S#11: Paper Hat

  1. Read Sabriel already. Not the *best* book ever written, for me, but very recommendable.

    Bechdel Test is a good one to follow (two women must have a conversation about something other than men or sex to pass).

    1. W: I’ll be reading “Behemoth” by Scott Westerfeld sometime this month, I promise. Do you have a “best” book?

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