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A Twitter Analysis of 5 Professionals I Found Interesting

Charles Williams @thisismadeup

type and illustration professional, creator of “Made Up”

  • 6,775 tweets
  • tweets about once a day pretty consistently
  • I would say he retweets pretty consistently, as far as replies I’d say it is pretty inconsistent…
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The Wholeness of Friendship, The Imperfection of Loss

“In each of my friends there is something that only some other friend can fully bring out. By myself I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity; I want other lights than my own to show all his facets. 507 more words

Breathing. Seeing.

Within the last year or so, I’ve been making attempts both to eat healthier and to exercise on at least a semi-regular basis. Motivations for this change in behavior range from vanity to potential medical issues (thanks, genes) to depression and loneliness. 715 more words

Charles Williams

Mind the Gap: Where Scholarship on C.S. Lewis and other Wade Authors needs some Filling-In

Hello friends. As promised, and long overdue, I am checking in again to write the third and final post on reflections of the C.S. Lewis and Friends Colloquium that took place at Taylor University in June 2016. 1,662 more words

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Bringing together new essays with material published over the last decade, this new volume in the Stark House Reference range more than lives up to its subtitle: … 613 more words

Friday's Forgotten Book

Shadows of Shadows of Ecstasy: An Irresponsible Suggestion about Charles Williams’ First Novel | A Pilgrim in Narnia

Brenton Dickieson’s first reading of Shadows of ecstasy has produced an interesting reaction:

I have not yet read most of Grevel Lindop’s definitive biography of Williams, or…

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Shadows of Shadows of Ecstasy: An Irresponsible Suggestion about Charles Williams’ First Novel

With Relief…

I have rarely been as relieved to complete a novel as Shadows of Ecstasy by Charles Williams. I knew very little about it going in, but wanted to read through his seven “supernatural potboilers” over the next year or so. 1,584 more words