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Week 5 2016 -Frankie's Bookshelf

It’s not been what you would call an organized week. Or life. It’s mostly been like Frankie’s bookshelf. This is the shelf next to the back door with the basket with all of Frankie’s junk; her leash, her collar, her treats, spare toys, and what have you. 305 more words

Writing

Grand Canyon in the Winter

A few weeks ago, we drove to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas. It was a five-hour drive. So, if you’re a passenger and you don’t get car sick, I have a list at the end of this post of some books you might enjoy. 311 more words

Travel

ARC Review: Finding Hope by Colleen Nelson

Before Reading:

It was my first time to peruse over at NetGalley so I did not know what to expect. The feeling is similar to that of a first-timer, being overwhelmed and scared at the same time. 835 more words

Books

Through the looking glass: Library sculpture showcases books, literature

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

STEVENSVILLE — Glass books now hang from the ceiling of the Lincoln Township Library entryway thanks to the work of a Stevensville artist. 571 more words

Articles

This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein - Review

Hello everyone! Today I wanted to review a novel that isn’t something I’d usually review since it’s not a YA contemporary, but I had to read it for school and I thought it was pretty interesting and worth reviewing! 569 more words

Reading

Those Bicycle Boys With Their Flying Machines

My first read of the year. It was actually a Christmas gift, as it had been on my list for a while. As a North Carolina native, particularly one with ties to the coast, I’ve always had an interest. 145 more words

The Crucial Centrality of the Cross

“I fear that the cross, without ever being disowned, is constantly in danger of being dismissed from the central place it must enjoy, by relatively peripheral insights that take on far too much weight. 17 more words

Gospel