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I Was Blind But Now I Can See; The Voice of Bartimaeus

Nothing has ever been the same since that day. Well, how could it be? My whole life changed in an instant.

I was a beggar, now I am not; I was despised and rejected, now I have a place in society; and I was blind but now I can see. 454 more words

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Women as Writers Series: Full Review of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

Hello readers and welcome once again to Literary Wanderings!

Some days ago, I completed an introductory review of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, prefacing it with comments on the introduction to the compendium that the book is from. 825 more words

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The Little Kindle Book That Could

Life amazes me. Constantly. It is a roller coaster filled with ups and downs but it’s the positive moments that tend to surprise and help me to move past the more difficult times. 369 more words


WELS - Indie Authors!

These are all books that were written and self-published by members of the WELS (Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod):

A children’s book, illustrated by a Pastor and written by his son: 25 more words


Book in the Hand

Most of us grew up reading newspapers, magazines, and books that were printed on paper. The feel of a book in hand is so natural and comforting to me. 313 more words


I am now on tumblir

I want to increase my visibility online, so if you could please show your support over there. I have a YouTube account, please check that out. 34 more words


In The Shadow of Victory:- Ride the Rollercoaster of Holy Week

Now that we are approaching Easter – and all that that means to Christians throughout the world – I would strongly recommend that if you have a kindle you download a copy of the wonderfully inspirational book… 529 more words

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