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63–69: The Chronicles of Narnia

Less preachy than the Out of the Silent Planet sequels.

OK, so it’s obvious why nobody is ever going to employ me as a tagline writer.

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Novels

Living in Narnia

There is no way that I have the words eloquent enough to add to, or remotely describe God’s masterpiece in the form of a snow storm.  190 more words

Building A New Home

L3 Waxy Wonders haul

Just as I was swearing off buying any more wax during the month of December, I noticed an L3 Waxy Wonders sale. L3 specializes in fandom and geeky related scents, making it fun to cruise the site for pop culture fragrance tie-ins. 913 more words

Vendor Wax

Arts Review: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Dir. Miriam Plassmann and Anna Rattray, Qudos, 11th October

An integral part of growing up is losing your innocence. Perhaps your favourite children’s TV presenter turned out be a coke snorting fiend, or possibly you saw your old primary school teacher getting smashed in the local pub. 284 more words

University Of Glasgow

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia) by C. S. Lewis

Bonita Jewel’s Review:

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is the most well-known book in Lewis’ Narnian chronicles. I remember watching a cartoon based on the novel when I was no more than four years old. 812 more words

Juvenile Fiction

BOOK CLUB: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis

Happy New Year everybody! So December’s Book Club post is a few days (ahem, a week) late, but as one bud was out of the country over the holiday period and the others were passed out on their sofas after consuming insane amounts of Christmas food, we’ll let it slide this once…! 2,210 more words

Kate

A Narnia Moment Brought to You By Wordpress

I’m sharing one of my favorite Narnia moments with you from The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.

“‘They say Aslan is on the move—perhaps has already landed.’ 204 more words

Jesus