I thought I’d share one of my random writing ideas with you today. Basically, it’d be a story following this line: “You have no idea what it means to a spy to suddenly have access to library books on kindle.”
Tag Archives: reading
Reading vs Writing
Sickness is sweeping through my family and I’m tired of the noise of television. But why do I turn to reading vs writing?!
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Operation Actually Read Bible: Book Review: Blessed
I don’t respect it about myself, but I periodically google myself to see what I can see. That’s how I found a review of Blessed: God’s Gift of Love on a site that might interest you: Operation Actually Read the Bible.
It’s a dangerous thing to talk about books with writers, but I was asked the other day if I was a book person or just a writing person. I’ve probably thought longer and harder on that question than the person thought I would! So, here is a post sharing a few of my thoughts on books.
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Reading Psalms and Reading Ourselves
I’ll admit it. I make use of secondary sources. So here’s another link to my dad’s blog, this time on his post Reading the Psalms. For our sake, I thought we could apply the Tips for Reading the Psalms to reading and writing in general. Reading Psalms and reading ourselves is obviously different, so I shift content a bit to get to some food for thought as writing tips.
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