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The Beautiful Door

The beautiful door was right in front of you. It was indicative of opportunity and possibly destiny.  It would have/should have been so easy to walk up the steps and go in. 133 more words

KS -- Queens of Innis Lear

Before I get into the review, I just want to say that this might split an audience: just like I feel people will either like or hate the book, as also how people might feel about this review. 1,295 more words

Sample Reviews

Eight Months

God has currently been working me through a period of lamenting and learning about the importance of lament. This is a repost of something I originally wrote on Grace & Feminism when I was a contributor there. 2,316 more words


Subjective Editing

Doing my Bachelor in Writing I learnt that editing is very subjective. Everyone seems to have a different opinion on how a story should be told, or have their comfort zones. 1,598 more words


Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel

Are you tired? I’m tired. Today at work, we had the news playing on mute in the background, so I was treated to eight hours of people- mostly men- debating a woman’s sexual assault. 557 more words

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No More Faking Fine

In Feb of this year (2018), I was asked to present on a topic for the spiritual track of ICCM (International Conference on Computing and Mission). 823 more words



I am lamenting and wondering did I tell my children everything they need to know? Am I teaching my grandchildren what is important in life? Heavy thoughts.