Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Five Authors Discovered in 2015

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. 2015, I’m afraid, hasn’t been a banner year for reading in general, let alone reading new authors. I tend to stick to the tried and true, but I did manage to find some intriguing, new-to-me authors this year. These aren’t allContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Five Authors Discovered in 2015″

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Book Review: War in Heaven by Charles Williams

Year of first publication: 1930 Year of publication for this edition: 2004 Number of pages: 256 Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company Genre: Fiction Sub-genres: Fantasy, Supernatural thriller Note: this post contains an affiliate link. Almost two weeks ago, I introduced you to Charles Williams, a poet, editor, novelist, and one of the principal membersContinue reading “Book Review: War in Heaven by Charles Williams”

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Bookish Links – December 2014

Christmas is over, so it’s a little late for this list of awesome presents for readers/writers. But there are always birthdays! Authors, take note: these are the worst types of book endings. From Suzannah Rowntree: “How to Balance Your Literary Diet.” C. S. Lewis is kind of a common theme on these lists, if youContinue reading “Bookish Links – December 2014”

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Sacrifice and Hard Work: the Life of Author and Story

Originally posted on While We're Paused…:
I was recently listening to our own Donald Williams give an interview for a podcast. In the course of his talk he was discussing how today we have libraries of information at our finger tips, while in the time of C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien…

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First Impressions

    I usually like to take my books one at a time, but seeing as I couldn’t help myself, I am currently chipping away at three (very good) books. One is The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Emmuska Orczy, another is The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C. S. Lewis, and the other isContinue reading “First Impressions”

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Is this just fantasy?

I love the movies, which is why I like to blame them for everything.

Citations orthodoxes

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a fresh look at old films

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Writer, Cinephile

Slices of Cake

watchin' all the movies, drinkin' all the smoothies (WARNING: all entries SPOILER-HEAVY)

Celluloid Wicker Man

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My Crash Course

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Carrots for Michaelmas

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An Endless Pursuit of Knowledge

The Motion Pictures

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