Writing is my passion. That's easy enough to see (and if you can't see it, I will gladly tell you about it for a full three hours). I've loved to write for longer than I can remember, though some of my earlier ventures barely qualify as actual "writing." I've poured a lot of hours into… Continue reading Why I Write
Have you ever heard a story that you loved so much you could listen to it over and over again? Is there a book that you've worn through from so many re-readings? A movie with scratches on the disc because you have to watch it again? Stories are incredible and many of them are so… Continue reading Please Read the Gospels
Have you ever read Chaucer? Dickens? Thucydides? I have. Granted, all of these examples were for school, but I am glad of the chance to consume such literature.
Passion and Purity by Elisabeth Elliot is a quiet little book. It's not particularly long and is the exact opposite of flashy. From the cover to the introduction to the book itself, Elliot creates an atmosphere of peace and rest.
Yes, yes, a second book review in a single week. That's just the way it worked out. 🙂
I began reading Jane Eyre after a ridiculously frustrating injury in April and I loved it, so I had to keep the review.
I only read Crazy Love a few months ago, but I'm already looking forward to reading it again someday.
This post was the result of reading Marcus Aurelius's Meditations and Francis Chan's Crazy Love at the same time. It got me thinking about death and, more importantly, life.
This Changes Everything is about how we, as teenagers, should be living our lives for Christ right now. We don't have to (and should not) wait until we're older. We are just as much God's people now as we will be in two or three or five years.
Edwin Brook was amazing. From the very beginning, I was entranced with the story, constantly feeling a need to know what happens next.