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Smithy Recognized for Strong Female Characters

Inkshares's "Break the Bechdel" Syndicate, which recognizes strong female characters in fiction, has chosen Smithy as its December book of the month:


https://www.inkshares.com/syndicates/break-the-bechdel-with-strong-female-characters?utm_source=system+email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=SyndicateMailer:project_selected


The "Bechdel Test" evaluates the number of female characters in a work and the quality of interaction among them. In order to pass, the work (e.g., movie, book, TV show, etc.) must have 1) at least two female characters; 2) they must have at least one conversation with each other; and 3) the conversation must be about something other than a man.

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