Dawnshard Book Review | Long Novellas and Legendary Islands

Hello, dear readers, You know what I love about epic fantasy? Among many other reasons, I love that we get “novellas” the size of novels. Seriously, it makes the long waits between books much more bearable. Dawnshard by Brandon Sanderson weighs in at 209 pages, once again making me wish I possessed Sanderson’s talent for … More Dawnshard Book Review | Long Novellas and Legendary Islands

Deciding Fictional Characters’ Enneagram Types

Hello, dear readers! Sorry for missing last week’s post. Life has been a little crazy. However, I had a bunch of fun with today’s post– going through the Enneagram personality types and choosing a character for each one. So long as they’re taken with a grain of salt, I find the Enneagram helpful for understanding … More Deciding Fictional Characters’ Enneagram Types

Whimsy, Longing, and Shards of Light | Dust Book Review

Hello, dear readers! I have a confession to make: I have never read Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. Even worse, I don’t think I’ve ever seen the Disney movie. *Cue collective gasp.* Though you’re all probably questioning my childhood right now, I did recently read Dust by Kara Swanson, a magical Peter Pan retelling/sequel that … More Whimsy, Longing, and Shards of Light | Dust Book Review

Lessons from Aslan on the Past and the Future, and How We Should Think About Them

Hello All! I had the pleasure of doing a blog post swap with my friend Breanne Eckman. She wrote about The Chronicles of Narnia and the biblical truths behind some of Aslan’s words. I highly recommend you explore Breanne’s lovely blog at https://writingflyingfree.wordpress.com/ “But what would have been the good?” Aslan said nothing. “You mean,” … More Lessons from Aslan on the Past and the Future, and How We Should Think About Them