My Favorite Female Character

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TIEbookmemebuttonEasy.  Stephanie Plum from the Janet Evanovich novels.  Stephanie is brash, honest, a little ditzy and has a family just like mine.  To read the novels doesn’t take a lot of time but they are delightful and easy to pick up and put down.  The creation of Stephanie Plum is the reason Ms. Evanovich’s novels have had such success, I am sure.  Every woman identifies with Stephanie and could easily trade places with her.

Who’s your favorite female character in books?  Leave a comment – let’s discuss it.  (You really thought I’d pick Scarlett O’Hara from Gone With the Wind, didn’t you?  She’s a little too spoiled for my taste – but I loved her nonetheless).

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Author of Fearless Fiction, L.Leander is an author, freelancer and songwriter. She says she credits her love of singing to her father, and her artistic talents to her mother, who was a painter. Both loved to read and write poems and short stories. "Nothing makes me as happy as curling up with a good book, or my guitar," Ms. Leander says. INZARED, QUEEN OF THE ELEPHANT RIDERS is the author's first novel. She is currently working on the sequel and a non-fiction series.

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  1. I’m about a quarter of the way through “The Hunger Games,” so at this point, I’d have to pick Katniss Everdeen. I’m already preparing my own little daughter for these books when she’s old enough.

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