Tag Archives: Mary Sue

The Heroine

She can wear many hats: she can be an explorer, a CIA agent, a hunter of evil, or (especially recently) a teenager. She takes one look at the glass ceiling, gets a hammer, and shatters it. She is…the Heroine. She … Continue reading

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Rules Are Made To Be Broken

A word of caution: This entry was written at 2:15am, and therefore may not make one ounce of sense. I was bound to have at least one of those, right? I just heard several of you practically scream at that … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Mary Sue

If you’ve been writing for any length of time and also have the internet, you have no doubt heard of the Mary Sue character. It is a character that, for the most part, is frowned upon by fellow authors but … Continue reading

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