Found over at Mary and the Words. source. MIDDLE EARTH: THE HOBBIT OR THE LORD OF THE RINGS? LOTR, for both book and movies. Though I do love The Hobbit (book) and enjoy several aspects of the film trilogy, LOTR was my first love. The depth of LOTR's story and the multitude of characters who … Continue reading the lord of the rings tag.
I think I've maybe done only one of these posts before? Anyway, while singing songs from The Greatest Showman, I was thinking about how many Hugh Jackman movies I've watched and thought I'd revisit this post format. Basically just a list of his movies (that I've seen) ranked by how great he was in each … Continue reading a movie ranking: Hugh Jackman.
In some ways, I'm annoying myself by writing this blog post because I prefer to refer to The Lord of the Rings as one book (since it technically is). But I'm leisurely rereading LOTR right now, which means that I might forget details from FOTR and TTT by the time I finish. So you're getting … Continue reading book review: the fellowship of the ring.
I wanted a quick and fun blog post idea, and I found this tag on Lili's Blissful Pages, so...perfect! source. E-V-A-J-O-Y R-U-T-H S-C-H-Ö-N-H-A-A-R E - Emma Woodhouse (Emma by Jane Austen). Practically perfect in every way...or so she thinks! V - Vikus (Underland Chronicles by Suzanne Collins). This guy's life is so sad, but he … Continue reading spell your name with fictional characters tag.
source. *deep breath* *cracks knuckles* *rolls up sleeves* Let's do this. I'm here today to talk about just some the many problems in the Christian romance fiction genre. From the outset, I want to make it clear that I'm not here to bash Christian values, the evangelical community as a whole, or the (few) actually … Continue reading the problem(s) with Christian romance fiction.
Note: Look out for my follow-up post in which I rant about Christian fiction, using this book as my jumping off point. It ain't going to be pretty. 😛 The ultimate cure that could heal any disease? Crazy. That’s exactly what research scientist Marian Creighton has always believed about her father’s obsession, even if it … Continue reading mini book review: come back to me.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND. Okay, no. I'm kidding about that. Nobody has really asked about this series that I can remember, and it kind of died away after the last favorite composer post I wrote. But now I'm back, with at least two more composers to add to this series. Thomas Newman is first on … Continue reading my favorite composers #8 – Thomas Newman
source. Former CIA sniper Kadance Tolle possesses a special set of skills and a rare pedigree. She comes from a family of assassins, and by saving Lyndon Vaile's life she risks being found by them. Despite the danger, Kadance feels compelled to help Lyndon discover who is after him--and his research that seems to prove … Continue reading book review: never miss
Concept + title taken from Maribeth B.'s excellent blog post. ❤ source. *winces at the fact that my last post was published on April 30th* Yikes. Has it really been so long? Sorry, guys! I don't really have any excuses because I've *cough* been stuck at home with The Dreaded Plague for quite a while … Continue reading currently: spring 2021 edition.
Katja over at Little Blossoms for Jesus recently answered this tag, and now I'm 'stealing' it. I really love this type of format for tags in general! And who doesn't at least like Little Women? (All images from Goodreads.) Marmee—A Wise & Nurturing Read Gentle and Lowly by Dane Ortlund suits both of those adjectives. … Continue reading the little women book tag.