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Guest Post

A Writer’s Relationship with the Editing Process

By Nicole Delacroix, author of Sexual Confessional: Confidential Admissions From Social Media

Editing is a writer’s first step in looking at their work critically and making it better. 1,644 more words

Guest Posts

Tetsuro Shigematsu

Interviewed by Kamila Sediego

Tetsuro Shigematsu has done almost everything. He is or once was: a playwright, a TV writer for CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and host of CBC Radio’s The Roundup. 3,032 more words


Does God Have Feelings for You?

God without Passions: A Primer by Samuel Renihan

“God does not have the same wisdom, love, and mercy that we have. God has such things according to what he is; in other words, not as qualities which can be removed or added, increased or decreased, but essentially, eternally, and perfectly.” 1,860 more words
Christian Books

Life Lessons From 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

‘Tuesdays With Morrie’ by Mitch Albom is one of the most influential and inspirational books I’ve read. I have chosen a few quotes from the book which deal with life, death and humanity.  987 more words


“Cider with Rosie” by Laurie Lee (1959) – poetry in motion

Nothing whatsoever to do with “Under Milk Wood”, in fact couldn’t be a more innocent portrayal of youth in many ways – and there’s nothing even remotely as flamboyant about this man’s somewhat idyllic childhood in a remote village set in a world we will never return to – yet I did find myself thinking of Dylan Thomas many a time while reading this gorgeously poetic book. 903 more words

Book Reviews

The Pungent Taste of Fear

My novel has collected dust on about seven computers. It sits, languishing, two-thirds complete, 18 years after its birth. From out of the fiery desert air it flew in from a dreamy trance, through my hands to the keyboard. 613 more words


My Yuletide Depression

I must be quite honest that before December is probably my worst time of the year. Actually, probably the last six weeks of the year is my worst. 352 more words