On Writing Strong Female Characters

Everyday we’re bombarded with images, videos, and texts telling us how to be and who to be. The worst part: many of them contradict.

Especially for women.

Case in point: I was recently reading a great novel: suspenseful and well written…a best-seller, in fact. I almost couldn’t finish it, though, because the only lead female character (the mom) was a dupe. She lacked dimension and she was weak.

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