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Slaughterhouse V Analysis

Kurt Vonnegut demonstrates in his novel, Slaughterhouse V or The Children’s Crusade, that the soldiers in the American army during World War II were not in control of their own actions and were stripped of all free will whilst under the command of German troops. 749 more words


The French for Always

Five Weddings. The perfect venue. One little hitch…

Leaving the grey skies of home behind to transform a crumbling French Château into a boutique wedding venue is a huge leap of faith for Sara. 529 more words


My escape

The first ever blog post.. I mean.. not THE first ever post.. MY first ever post. I can’t help but feel super cliche. then again, I’m not writing here to make a mark on this world. 957 more words


Conversation With Drew Hart: An Anabaptist, In House Discussion on Oppression

Those of us with an ear to the Evangelical ground are well aware of the alarmist tones in the culture. Just this week, I’ve encountered Blood Moons, doomsday predictions concerning Israel’s diplomatic corps, and an utterly apocalyptic sign of the times– 2,037 more words



Eight pair of eyes-
they gawked at me
as I entered the room
My smile failed me,
as it failed to break those gazes
I had never felt so unwelcomed… 91 more words


Los Angeles, CA has given the post punk scene a wonderful addition in Seahaven.

Comprised of James Phillips (the ex-drummer of Final Fight), Kyle Chadwick, Eric Findlay, and Michael Craver. 281 more words

The Beach Hut is a Beach Hit!

The Beach Hut by Veronica Henry
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was really something very special, a true joy to read. I knew from reading “A Night On The Orient Express” that Veronica Henry could craft a cleverly written novel but this book went one step further. 286 more words

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