4 Ways to Make Time to Read in Your Day

School, sports practice, cheer, work, church, commitments, writing, blogging—the never-ending vortex of things to do, places to be, and things you want to do spiraling out of control. Sleep? Pffttt. Who needs that? Family? They exist, too. We do want to spend time with them. Speak with them once in a while. We go from […]

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Shadowkeeper Release and Interview

Who can’t resist a good myth retelling? Fairy tale retellings are the “in” thing right now,  and don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy them, but myths have always been my jam. When I was seven years old and studying the Greeks and Romans, I soaked up the myths like a sponge, loving the stories, […]

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One Small Step: Winter Workshop 2019

It’s been a week since I came home from the OYAN Winter Workshop, a workshop for older students who have taken the One Year Adventure Novel curriculum. It was a wonderful week filled with God moments, joy, and memories. This year’s theme was One Small Step.   “When I first looked back at the Earth, […]

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Coffee Shop Devos by Tessa Emily Hall Review

Hello everyone! Can you believe Christmas is only eight days away? I’ve finished my shopping– I just need to wrap everything, something I usually get done Christmas Eve. A word to the wise, this is not a smart thing to do. I did a short review of Coffee Shop Devos by Tessa Emily Hall on […]

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Armistice Day – Finding William Digby Morgan

Throughout history, we have stories of discovery. I’m not talking about discoveries of the compass, electricity, or new lands, but the moments of epiphany, when men and women had moments of sudden revelation and insight. I had my own just four weeks ago. I was at the LSU (Louisiana State University) vs. Georgia game waiting […]

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