Life of The First Woman is a blog by Eve The Original Sinner, written by me. The blog takes the first book of the Bible, Genesis, and adapts it to a new medium through the eyes of Eve herself. In the original Bible, Genesis is written in traditional prose form in third person limited. You do not get the perspective of Adam, Eve or God because no one was there to witness it and none of those figures wrote it, so their perspectives are not included. This blog takes the same sequence of events (it does not alter what happens in the book of Genesis) and relays them as if Eve were writing them in a personal blog. It is similar to a journal, but Eve is writing to an audience, and not just to herself, so it is slightly less personal. Unlike the traditional written form of the Bible (the KJV), Eve’s blog is much more colloquial and easy to read. The text still incorporates quotes from the KJV version of the Bible, which connects the two, using the biblical quotes to further the reliability of the blog’s narrative. The blog uses pictures, though not many, to give the readers a sense of what Adam and Eve look like and also connects to the blog genre, which often uses pictures.
Through the blog medium, Eve is able to (fictitiously) express how she felt as the first woman married to the first man and why she ate the apple in the first place. It characterizes both Adam and Eve and gives a glimpse into the everyday, normal activities that went on in the Garden of Eden between their creation and their expulsion.