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The Lake by AnnaLisa Grant

Review: This was a good book. Layla has gone through so much as a child and to be treated the way she was by family would be hard. 262 more words

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Book Review: Valor of the Healer by @annathepiper

Valor of the Healer (Rebels of Adalonia #1) by Angela Highland – 4 stars

The Rook

An assassin hired by vengeful elven rebels to kill the calculating Duke of Shalridan, Julian walks into a trap and barely escapes with his life. 316 more words

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Book Review: Randal E. Pelton, Preaching with Accuracy

Pelton, Randal E. Preaching with Accuracy. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Kregel Ministry, 2015. 170 pp. Pb; $16.   Link to Kregel, read a 25 page excerpt from the book. 841 more words

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Karin Slaughter's "Triptych"

The day before Mother’s Day, I walked into a used book store and told the guy behind the counter that I wanted a “brutal, graphic thriller-mystery.” I had decided to study a few contemporary novels in the field that I was writing, to see if I could pick up any tricks. 1,365 more words


People Don't Die, Just Their Bodies Do!

So many times in life, we go through situations that are largely beyond our control. You think you will get a grip over things, but they fail miserably, don’t they? 1,200 more words

A Shade Of Pen

lancequadras reblogged this on One Sun, Many Rays and commented:

It's tough to bear your heart in these times.... You've done well..

Standardized Testing for Students

Contributor, Niara Chatman
Senior, Scotland High School

How does testing affect students and teachers at Scotland High School? The pressure felt by teachers associated with high-stakes testing results in a semesters. 297 more words

Student Life


When I discovered that Nami was born into royalty, I knew that she was right. Our worlds didn’t belong together. We needed to move on. The problem was, I didn’t know if I could. 239 more words