Hello to you all wonderful, beautiful people!
It is a truth universally acknowledged that women don't need to ask for directions. They can read maps and they also grasp spatial display easily.
Which then means that there is no way a woman can get lost... Right?
Not so sure, especially on Venus and in the region of WriterLand.
Why is it that most of the writers that write about women (romance, chick-lit, women's fiction) rarely pen down heroines that are depicted with realism and actually resemble live women?
Is the fictional heroine supposed to be a likeness of the real woman, or is she supposed to be an 'unreachable' figure, a paragon few can aspire to get close to?
Check us out this week as members of the Royal Blush Authors posse bring you their take on the question.
Catch T.J. on Tuesday - watch her deal some insight into the inner workings of a 'true' heroine.
Get Diana's take on the matter on Wednesday. What does she have to say?
On Thursday, Aasiyah/Nolwynn brings one of her (and many others'!) peeves about penning the heroine - the extreme polarization writers feel compelled to abide to.
This March, we at are RBA are delving deep into our hearts and soul.
This March, we're taking you on the inner quest:
Searching for the perfect heroine...
The best of us for the best of you, that's our promise as we deliver the full flush of romance.
From now till later, enjoy!
With love, from Ms. Blush