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8 things my writers' group learned from author Bryan Davis

Did you know, readers are like ducks?

I didn’t. That was, until I attended the workshop bestselling author Bryan Davis presented for my writers’ group in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. 1,197 more words


Waste Disposal - Final Part

Smoothing down her dress, the same dress as she had worn for her tour with the minister, Rachel nervously glanced around her. Like a teenager before her first date, she couldn’t settle and tensed every time someone came near her. 539 more words


Interview with Bryan Davis

For today’s Fantasy Friday post, I am honored to share with you my interview with bestselling author Bryan Davis.

Though most widely recognized for his young adult fantasy novels written from a Christian worldview, Mr. 2,349 more words

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Waste Disposal 9

Rachel pushed away from her desk and sighed heavily. She picked up her calendar and traced it back 3 days to the minister’s visit, tapping thoughtfully against his name as she groped for her coffee. 726 more words


Waste Disposal - Part 8

Rachel set off immediately in a new direction, her stride purposeful as she began to explain the history of the project from its very beginnings. Minister Redman tagged along with a relaxed grace, speaking quietly as he drew alongside her. 500 more words


Review: Blindness by José Saramago

TITLE: Blindness

AUTHOR:  José Saramago

GENRE: speculative fiction

RATING: ★★★½

From Nobel Prize–winning author José Saramago, a magnificent, mesmerizing parable of loss

A city is hit by an epidemic of “white blindness” that spares no one.

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Fire Starter 7

George Clifton-West sat in the leather, wing-backed chair, positioned to look out through the bay window in his study, and scanned the lawns sweeping down to the woods. 1,593 more words

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