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The Chronicles of Prydain


The Chronicles of Prydain

by Lloyd Alexander

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Camp 14


Escape from Camp 14: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West

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Spark


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Spark by John Twelve Hawks

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642 Things to Write About


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The Unholy Bible


(Full Title) The Unholy Bible: Hebrew Literature of the Time of David to the Beginnings of Greek Influence (1000-300 BC)

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Infected (Infected #1) Audio Book


by Scott Sigler

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A Clockwork Orange


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Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen (audio book)


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This is where so many stories began. The ugly duckling, the princess and the pea, the emperor’s new clothes… Stories that I grew up with. They are simple and yet they carry morals and meanings. Some that I agree with and some that I don’t. But I find it amazing that such a short story can carry so much meaning. I would love to master such in my own writing! I’ve known for a long time that these stories Read the rest of this entry

National Geographic: The Gospel of Judas


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This is an excellent documentary that opens the door to consideration of some of the most basic christian teachings. This post really isn’t a review of the documentary, but rather a discussion of the implications and ideas presented within it. Read the rest of this entry

Moment of Death


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This was excellent. It explores both the social view and the science looking into the concept of death. It explores the meaning and definitions of death. It also takes a look at the way that these things have changed over the years as science has advanced and changed our perspective. Very engaging.

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Crafting with hook, needle and yarn

Son's Popkes

Crochet animal patterns designed by Sonja van der Wijk