52 Books in 52 Weeks 2014


In an effort to make myself read more, I’ve decided to once again participate in the 52 Books in 52 Weeks challenge. The goal is simply to read at least one book per week. I’ve done it before… I can do it again. Let the reading begin!

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A Haiku Challenge


Robin, the host of the Read 52 Books in 52 Weeks challenge that I am participating in, has challenged everyone to write a poem since April is National Poetry Month. I may write a full poem later in the week, not sure yet, but I have written a Haiku, which I haven’t done since the […]

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The First Escape by G. P. Taylor


This book is the first installment of The Dopple Ganger Chronicles. Twin sisters, Sadie and Saskia Dopple, are seperated when a strange, wealthy woman shows up at Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children and adopts Saskia, but not Sadie. Saskia finds there’s more going on in her new home than meets the eye. Sadie, back […]

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The Pearl by John Steinbeck


“The Pearl is an enduring and classic fable, sensitively told, in simple and beautiful language. It is the story of a fisherman who found a pearl beyond price, the Pearl of the World. With the pearl, he hoped to buy peace and happiness for himself , his wife, and their little son. Instead he found […]

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Keep Your Greek by Constantine Campbell


     In “Keep Your Greek,” Campbell gives practical advice and tips on things you can do so that your Greek doesn’t die. Some of the tips are obvious. A couple may surprise you, but the logic behind it is undeniable.      I am not a seminary student. I was encouraged to study Greek on my […]

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