The Seed of Dragon (why make-believe matters)

I have an awesome friend. Her name is Hayley. Hayley likes, really likes, reading novels and watching movies and hanging quotes of said novels and movies up in her bedroom, and so I asked her to guest blog for me and share why the world of make-believe matters. Hope you enjoy! x Some people don’t hold … Continue reading The Seed of Dragon (why make-believe matters)

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I remembered that I really like fiction

Last year I really enjoyed reading fiction. Sometimes I get a bit absorbed with the Important Books that I don't make time to read the fiction, or I finish a series and don't get back into another one. I'm a bit spasmodic. This year I read about five, and most of them were of the I … Continue reading I remembered that I really like fiction

thirty-one books I should recommend more often

Nine. Nine out of a hundred. Mum posted an article listing 100 books you should read before you are 20 to Daniel’s timeline (an insightful and inspiring list, I will add), and I had read nine stinkin’ books out of one hundred. Seriously, people?! How can this be? How can I have failed so miserably?! … Continue reading thirty-one books I should recommend more often

A Ramble on CS Lewis, Technology, and Plodding.

Hi there! Sorry I haven’t blogged for a while.  Life’s been busy, and frankly, I haven’t known what to write about.  I have been reading Mere Christianity by CS Lewis, however, and that is plenty to keep me thinking, and I'll let him be the writer.  Mind bending stuff, it is.  It’s sometimes also known … Continue reading A Ramble on CS Lewis, Technology, and Plodding.

A Book that is Worth your While

I was talking to a friend the other day about books we’ve read and are reading. I’m making my way through Great Expectations by Charles Dickens as my ‘recreational book’ – the sort I read on lazy Sunday afternoons and before going to bed.  It isn’t light reading compared to some of the other recreational books … Continue reading A Book that is Worth your While