What good is there in writing a book if it cannot carry a light long enough to warm the reader before the reader is once again swallowed by your book's darkness?
This year’s launching of the school year is a heartbreaking reminder of how much further we have to go until ‘normal’ is normal again.
I enjoy penning handwritten letters. I know it’s been practically outmoded with the prevalence of emails, texts, phone calls and social media, but I feel as though a handwritten letter (even if carrying the same message a text would have carried) says something a little extra on it own. There’s just something special about receiving... Continue Reading →
I grew up in a Christian home, and became saved at a very young age. The argument could possibly be made that my dedication to a Christian walk happened at an age much younger than it should - that I didn't full understand the commitment I was making. I don't think I did understand, really,... Continue Reading →
There's a giant alien, shimmering tower that has landed on Earth and strange things are happening around it. A former (female) member of the military is summoned to make contact and find out the mysteries of this colorful alien tech. Nope, this isn't the plot for Annihilation (which was a horrifying, unique blast of a... Continue Reading →