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Famous Christian writers' MBTI personalities

Now I’m trying to MBTI my most influential authors, who happen to be Christian.

C.S. Lewis INTP–genius, rational, witty, congenial. (NOT INTJ, I will post more on this internet misnomer) Based on: … 297 more words



Originally Published on The Valinor Journal - July 5, 2014

          Name the races of Middle-earth, and this will likely be the list: Men, Elves, Dwarves, Orcs, and a myriad of others such as Istari, Trolls, and the outliers such as Tom Bombadil and Beorn. 1,063 more words

J.R.R Tolkien

Tolkien's Lord of the Rings: Gollum Dies

This is the 13th in a long series about J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, and the final post on Gollum. You can find previous installments of the series on my Tolkien page at… 1,206 more words


The Bad Luck of Bridges

Recently, I have been reading a lot of stories that involved bridges, for some reason. And watching movies, too. To name just a few:

Bookish Links -- July 2014

by Sara Lewis

Hi peoples. Let’s see what kind of nerdy delight I was able to scrounge up this month.


Thoughts on Trailers - Fifty Shades of Grey, The Hobbit Part Three and Mockingjay Part One

Today, I’m going to be looking at three recent trailers, all of which are adaptations of popular novels. I, for one, personally find Hollywood’s insistence on churning out adaptation after adaptation rather tedious – are there no original ideas out there at all? 721 more words

Thoughts On Trailers