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It's a Cover Reveal: Edge of Bliss by Molly E. Lee

Photo & Cover Design: Regina Wamba / MaeIDesign and Photography

Models: Ripp B. (Dash) & Mackenzy T. (Blake)

Release Date: December 14, 2016

I never knew how perfect life could be until Blake Caster was finally mine. 338 more words

Love Story

A Review of Dawn of Wonder by Jonathan Renshaw

Negatives: None.
Positives: Great world, Lovable and Interesting characters, Great Story, Awesome ending.
Others: Beautiful Writing,
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Everything happening in the book felt natural. Aedan is now among my favorite characters Every character in the book was distinct and different from others. 19 more words

Idle Fancies

Review Post: Size Matters (A Perfect Fit #1) by Alison Bliss

Size Matters (A Perfect Fit #1)

By: Alison Bliss

The rules of (fake) engagement . . .
Leah Martin has spent her life trying to avoid temptation. 1,918 more words

Love Story

The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis - Modern Education and the Creation of "Men Without Chests"

I have written in previously in support of freedom of choice in our education models and in particular for support of the classical education model. I firmly believe that it is an inalienable right to be free to choose what manner or education is received, rather than the myopic and freedom of choice smothering one size fits all and centrally directed and dictated (and increasingly expensive with little return on investment) modern American education model we have blundered into. 1,461 more words

Freedom

Christmas, Old School

Ha, did this crusty old Santa image compel you to check out my blog?

This post isn’t actually about curmudgeonly Santa Clauses but actually Charles Dickens’ Christmas novellas. 1,034 more words

Book Reviews

Paris France, Gertrude Stein

The essays—the vignettes—the images that float across the page and then disappear—lack a thread, and for that reason resemble poetry though not of a lasting or important type but more like lyrics put down in a letter to a friend or a loved one where nothing seems to stick: the images come and go, rambling, lacking proper punctuation and the memories are so pleasant and the words flow by and then like a pleasant day in Autumn disappear into an early evening. 835 more words

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Means & Methods

I’ve been mulling over the question of how to read the Harvard Classics.

I could attack the list the way they do at St. John’s College… 369 more words

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