Culturally I am very interested in how the arts are playing out for millennials. I mean we’re mostly broke, so maybe creativity will abound? (this is my hope) Let’s review Couch Surfers Open Source Computer Programs Etsy Carshares and now I’ve re-discovered nanowriMo: National Novel Writing Month(which I’ve heard of briefly last year): in which you … Continue reading
Now to get to the Libraryto Reserve some of these…the great news is, there are so many, I’ll probably get something soon!!
Robin McKinley: Adventures in Street Pastoring “Whose idea was this frelling Street Pastors deal? Oh. Yeah. God’s. I guess I have to put up with it then.”
in what has to be the best (worst) recommendation list..all preorders mind……this is what pops up for me…agony and $50 I don’t have!!!!!
Hey all, My all time favorite author is releasing her new book!! Do you love fantasy author Robin McKinley’s books Blue Sword, Sunshine, Pegasus, The Hero and the Crown, Spindle’s End, and others? SHADOWS is coming in September 26th! http://tinyurl.com/RMcKSHADOWS #RMcKSHADOWS Tweet it, Facebook it, blog it to enter a drawing for a … Continue reading
Robin McKinley: street Pastoring My favorite fairy tale author is a recent not-scary-Christian-convert (who really likes bells)! YAY
“So I’ve been at this Christianity lark for ten months now. The first eight months or so were all about the run up to Lent and Easter—Christmas is fine, Christmas is all jolly, except for the long shadow of events to come—Easter, I was worried about Easter. But I got through that and . . … Continue reading
If you want to talk eschatology a good post-apocalyptic book is the way to go. A great post-apocalyptic book about vampires is even better. In this book the vampires don’t angst (they are in fact rather nonemotional as compared to humans). And the adult–that’s right she is not a teenager–finds her life interrupted by vampires, … Continue reading
Have you ever listened to, read or watched something so much that you have internalized it, and its become a part of your very being? That is another way to describe what “Reading out” a book is in highschool I discovered fantasy as a genre The first “fantasy” book I read was Robin McKinley “A … Continue reading
I may or may not own a billion different versions of Beauty and the Beast. (Plus some figures, snowglobes and plastic McDonald’s toys) Why? Because its my favorite fairy tale. Why? Because its the first/best fairytale and it is so TOTALLY theological!!!! (did I put too many exclamation points there?) Things to know about Beauty … Continue reading
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