Reviewed by Jax Kepple Marnie and Nelly have just buried their two deadbeat, drug addicted parents in the backyard of the Scottish housing projects. Now what? The Death of Bees begins with this interesting kick off, and takes us through the crazy...―
I want to embed a sound clip of myself sighing. This is frustrating. When I started reading this book, I was really into it--I was engaged and sucked in and all those other really positive things people say about books. But before I was even a ...―
A couple of years ago I picked up Heather Burch’s, Halflings, read it and reviewed it on my blog. A few weeks afterwards, I received an e-mail from the publisher, Zondervan. They liked my review and wanted to know if … Continue ...―
Share on Facebook! Try seeing it this way: Imagination and reason in the apologetics of C.S. Lewis by Alister McGrath Few would now dispute that C.S. Lewis is one of the greatest Christian apologists of the twentieth century. So what is his ...―
When her newborn baby Lily dies suddenly, Claire Edwards runs away to live in a lighthouse she had fallen in love with as a young child. The lighthouse is reputed by some to have magical powers, but Claire isn't looking for a miracle. She just ...―
Last year I wrote a post called “Perfecting My Craft” and I talked about two blogging conferences that I would be attending in 2012. This year, some of the conferences on my schedule are up in the air, except for two of them. One was ...―
Literary criticism is a good thing. Let’s just get that out of the way right now. We need to be able to criticize literature. We need to be able to discuss fiction. We need the freedom to do that in … Continue reading →―
Thanks to NetGalley for letting me read this book! I'm obviously quite terrible at reviewing the book before it comes out, and I evidently have a secret thing for time travel. Can we make a new genre called "literary time travel" that ...―
More than one English professor has waxed on about Hemingway. His prose was tight, his story tragic, and his habits all of the masculine nature that heterosexual literate men seem to aspire to. When presented with my blunt observation that ...―
The days I took off from work were put to good use. I needed some time to reorganize certain aspects of my life – writing especially. There is SO much I want to accomplish, but not enough time or resources. … Continue reading →―
I think I buy a striped top every year, it means Summer to me. This one with elbow pads ...
Shirt: UniqloTrousers: ZaraShoes: Topshop ∙ Waaaaah, baggy knees. GO AWAY. ...
Yahoo! announced that it has acquired Tumblr for $1.1billion today. According to Tumblr's ...