Let me tell you about the latest book I love: Aslan’s World: Biblical Images and Themes in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, a Bible study by Dr. Angus Menuge.
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Today’s post is almost a two-for-one. Newly published Lutheran author Andrea L. Schultz has just debuted her first two buy-able works: The Hatastrophe for children and Small Town Super Nobody, a novella for the rest of us. Continue reading
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Robert Stroud of Mere Inkling kindly called my attention to a recent article of his for our consideration. (Thanks! Such contributions are welcome!) Is Fantasy Foolish takes up the question of whether a penchant for fantasy is a deficiency or augmentation.
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Something I admire about CS Lewis was his tender kindness responding to fan letters from children. From such letters we can continue to glean from his pithy wisdom and literary heart. If not from his letters, then perhaps we turn to one of his publications or, let’s face it, some random Internet find full of his quotations. Today I’ll link to a helpful piece detailing 15 Pieces of Writing Advice from CS Lewis, put together by Justin Taylor, executive VP of book publishing and book publisher for Crossway. Continue reading
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