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Can You Write a Novel on Twitter?

The Twitter feed of American novelist Elliott Holt usually includes remarks on what she’s reading, retweets of friends’ book news, and occasional political commentary. But one night a mystery unfolded there. 2,940 more words

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From: Michel de Montaigne

He who fears he shall suffer, already suffers what he fears.”

– Michel de Montaigne, “The Complete Essays”

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What, Me Righteous?

By: Scott Horrell

Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. 4,824 more words

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Giving Thanks

By: Jessie Yount

I love Paul’s letters to the churches in the New Testament. I love the picture we have of his heart. Did you know that in almost every letter, Paul specifically tells the recipients that he is praying for them and/or thanking God for them. 445 more words

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In The Words of The [Summer 2014] Intern

As I sit behind the In Other Words desk for the last time, memories of the last three months wash over me. It’s August, and I’ve spent roughly 200 hours here throughout the summer. 293 more words

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The Dog Whisperer

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The Dog Whisperer

How a British colonel altered the battlefields of World War I, and why his crusade still resonates today.

By Rebecca Frankel… 2,487 more words

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