Am I A Feminist?

  There has been a lot of talk of “feminism” on the Internet recently. From Ray Rice beating his wife unconscious in an elevator and the horrifying reveal of the undercurrents of domestic violence in the NFL to Emma Watson speaking to the U.N. and advocating for the importance of gender equality. There has also... Continue Reading →

What It Means to Be a Church

  I recently had the opportunity to attend a Steven Curtis Chapman concert at Busch Gardens as the finale for their Glory in the Gardens summer concert series. I even got to be in the VIP section because my Ambassador Blogger agreement with Busch Gardens has unexpected perks like that. I’ve never really been a... Continue Reading →

Your Brain and Fashion

  The first week of September has been really hot and so despite the fact that it’s after Labor Day and all the “Fashion Rules” that come along with it, I’ve continued to wear “summer dresses.” But gosh, golly, geez does it feel wrong! It’s literally only a few days into September, and a week... Continue Reading →

Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle and the Magic of Virginian Nature

  At first I didn't want to read Maggie Stiefvater's The Raven Cycle because it seemed too different and strange from the Wolves of Mercy Falls Series, and I loved Shiver and it's sequels so much that I think I was afraid that nothing would be able to compare.  However, once I began reading The... Continue Reading →

Is Writing Every Day Beneficial? (Novel Writing: Month 8, Chapter 8)

  Well, writing chapter eight for my novel didn’t exactly go as planned. Or even as hoped. Although again I did finish! (Hallelujah!) It’s just that I’m finding it hard to devote as much time as I want to writing. I imagine this is the problem that most amateur writers have. Writing takes creativity. And... Continue Reading →

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