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The Amulet of Samarkand-The Bookshelf

I vividly remember reading this book as a child but don’t remember a single thing about the story. When I saw this on sale at a second hand book sale, nostalgia got the better of me and I picked it up with the intent to reread it. 968 more words

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Are you ready, steady go.......

It’s a new year and I am looking forward to a year full of fantastic challenges in Blogland and in the big wide world.

After having a little break I am going to be… 219 more words

My Adventures

Chalice Moon by Pat Sawtelle

A Vampire & Shape Shifter Novel

Better the vampire you know…. A seemingly random Vampire attack exposes Kimie and her best friend to a world the girls never knew existed. 101 more words

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Benefits of Reading to your Unborn Child

I never enjoyed reading growing up due to the fact that I was easily distracted, making it difficult for me to concentrate.

I found a true love of reading when I found out I was pregnant with my first child. 441 more words

Children's Books

           My Love Takes Flight

My love takes flight on a dragon tonight soaring to the clouds and stars.

    His wings spread wide they pump and they glide carrying her heart to the sky. 91 more words

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The Bookshelf: Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof

Berkhof’s Systematic Theology was my first book on Christian theology. Its unique cover design still reminds me of my first days with it. I would stay in my room to study, making repeated visits to the Bible close by to look up his numerous references. 235 more words

Theology