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What I Learned from Rereading Harry Potter

Once again I’ve just finished rereading Harry Potter, most of it during this past month because I’ve been doing a lot of writing. It’s also because I was gifted a new set for Christmas (the ones with the cover spines forming a picture of Hogwarts), and I wanted to break in the new books. 797 more words

My Own Writing Process

Perfect Stranger

I do not need to know
a thing about you,
to know that I love;
your silhouette, stealing
all the accolades from
the backdrop of forever,
says it all.

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Poetry

Storytime: Two Year Old Alphabet Outline

When I first started doing story times for two year olds I was lost! I had done programs for 3 to 5 year olds for 3 years and I felt like I was being thrown to the wolves. 1,170 more words

Storytime

Sunday Reflections

God be praised for another Lord’s Day!

At our church, April is the Month of Reconciliation & Forgiveness. At every teaching and preaching opportunity during the course of this month I have used as a chance to teach and preach on forgiveness. 745 more words

Preaching

TURNING PHOTOGRAPHS INTO PRINT

Turning photographs into an image I can make prints with is something usually gravitate towards in textiles. From the initial photograph, I open it in Photoshop and alter the qualities until I end up with an image I’m confident will work as a print. 37 more words

Outline - Rachel Cusk

Prior to reviewing the six books shortlisted for the 2015 Baileys Prize, and in the interest of total transparency, I should probably mention that despite working for the Prize, neither my reviews nor my opinions on the books hold any bearing whatsoever on the likelihood of them winning the prize. 316 more words

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