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The lamp-post stands in the snow-drenched forest, patient and steady, waiting for its quartet.
He climbs a rickety ladder all the way to its top and ignites it with care. 6 more words

WWW: Wensday #3: August 9, 2017

I’m sorry this coming a day late, when I scheduled it, I accidently scheduled it for next week so it’s coming a day late but all the information is still accurate. 129 more words

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Throwback Thursday: Fantasy Week

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Sorry we have been gone lately, been pretty busy with outside life. We recently had a little brainstorm session and are excited with some of the ideas we came up with to move this awesome page forward. 554 more words

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Reading Wrap Up | July 2017

I didn’t end up having the best reading month as uni is now in full swing for me and I’ve been busy with assignments, so I’ve been feeling a bit slumpy in terms of reading. 633 more words


5 Books to Bring to the Pool With You

It is nearing the end of July, and the end of summer is almost at hand. If you have not gotten a jump-start on your summer reading list, (I am in this predicament since I have been busy with both work and school for the past six weeks), then here are five, easy-to-read, breezy books that you can probably finish in one or two trips to the pool. 477 more words


12 Characters for a Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe Reboot

By Tevin Murphy and J’Neia Stewart

C.S. Lewis created one of the most iconic high fantasy series of all time: The Chronicles of Narnia. This series follows the tales of various ordinary humans who find themselves in the magical land of Narnia where animals can talk and witches exist. 1,737 more words


The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia, #1) by C.S. Lewis

This is the story of four siblings who stumble through a wardrobe into a different world. They discover magic, monsters and their destiny.

One Christmas, when I was 11 or 12, my mother gave me The Chronicles of Narnia. 283 more words

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