Hello readers! Join us today for a chat with author Lee Stephen. Today we chat about childhood books, obstacle courses, dream SFF college courses and much more! 1,095 more words
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I always thought it was odd the way the pilgrims used to celebrate. Once or twice a year they would arrive, winding through the valley along the banks of the little violet river, brightly costumed, banners waving amid cloudbursts of music. 3,033 more words
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Thecla W pointed me to the comment on the dust jacket as she lent me her copy of Descent into Hell… 786 more words
Gilead is a fictional autobiography of a small-town reverend named John Ames. When John finds out his heart is failing, he begins to write a “never-ending letter” to his 7-year-old son, hoping to pass along stories he may not get the chance to tell. 499 more words