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In my quiet time, I’m following the First 5 study on Acts. The early church’s unity, devotion, and the way they sold off their possessions to support each other is foreign to us. 478 more words


May 3rd, 2016

I think I’ve hit meltdown point.

I’m trying to write a critical reflection on my script so I can get the damn coursework out of the way, except I’ve run out of things to say with 100 words left to go. 239 more words


A Tale of Two Cities

Title: A Tale of Two Cities

Author: Charles Dickens

Publisher: Usborne Publishing/Dover Publications

Number of pages: 64, 304

Type of Book: Classic, Fiction

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Reading "A Tale of Two Cities"

Let’s get this out of the way early: after Brief Lives, the Sandman collection Worlds’ End is a little bit of a disappointment.  That’s not to say that it doesn’t have some good stories in it; I think a few of the issues are phenomenal.  896 more words


Tell the Wind and the Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan- Review

“Oh, tell the wind and the fire where to stop, but don’t tell me.”

Author’s note: I pulled at Dickens’s themes and played with his characters and gradually turned them into my own. 306 more words


Tell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan

***I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review***


SYNOPSIS: It has been two years since Lucie Manette rescued her father and escaped to the Light City from the Dark City, but unrest has been building in the Dark and has finally reached the tipping point. 567 more words

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