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Why Your Story Matters to Jesus

We Need Stories

I’m a Jane Austen fan. Her novels, her short stories, her letters. I’m a fan of adaptations too, whether taken directly from her work (Emma Thompson rocked the script for Sense and Sensibility and won a well-deserved Oscar for it) or a modern spin (we’ve watched Clueless more than once at our house). 544 more words

On the Shelf: The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet

I’m currently plugging through the masterpiece that is The Silmarilion by J.R.R. Tolkien, but since I can only cover about twenty pages a day due to its density, I’ve been reading more YA on the side. 674 more words

Books

Five webseries you should watch

Three posts in, I think I should say that I really like webseries. Specifically ones based on, or relating to, books. Most literary webseries are told in a vlog style format, so the first video can honestly be a little awkward with all the exposition, but I watch them because the writers do some really cool things with the stories. 581 more words

Pride And Prejudice

To be like Jane

Jane Bennet. Of all the characters in Pride and Prejudice, I think she is the one most underestimated. Everyone remembers her because she’s beautiful and kind, and everyone dismisses her because she’s beautiful and kind. 507 more words

Jane Austen

IMR | A Slight Obsession With Web Series

A long time ago I wrote a post about The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, a web series based on the classic, Pride and Prejudice. (And frankly, if you don’t know about either of these, then you need to read the book and watch the web series, … 446 more words

In Medias Res (IMR)

Gwendoogle Part CX - *articulate gestures*

Answers served with the strange sensation of having been turned into a mute. I’ll get better?

Kate Kearney searched: How many questions can you answer with GIFs? 120 more words

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