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The Lay of Brielle and Tavish: Part 2

Last week, you read the first part of an epic poem about the people of Marah.  To recap, they had just fallen down a waterfall on the River Ely in the middle of winter.  Here is what happened next 🙂 Next … Continue reading

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Adventure

Adventure by Beth Wangler | Come on an adventure with me! We’ll catch the last note of taps and ride it out of town… Continue reading

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Noemi’s Dragon: Chapter 18

Please accept my apologies for how long you’ve had to wait for this next chapter.  I am student teaching now, in addition to going to school, and it’s taking nearly all of my waking time.  In the midst of all … Continue reading

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Adventure

Adventure by Beth Wangler | Come on an adventure with me! We’ll catch the last note of taps and ride it out of town… Continue reading

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Finding God in Stories: Doctor Who

Today’s installation of Finding God in Stories brings to you Doctor Who! Doctor Who is a British TV series about the Doctor, a time-traveling alien.  For the past 50 years, viewers have watched the Doctor travel through time and space … Continue reading

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Adventures with Father

When I ask for life like it used to be, You say, “The past was beautiful, But the future is brilliant. We’re on an adventure, No two days are the same, But I’m leading the way. Remember our past, Rejoice … Continue reading

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A Marahitte Adventure

You may have read me mention before a fantasy series I am working on.  Indeed, this whole blog began mainly as a way for me to share that series, but it quickly evolved into what it is today (that is, … Continue reading

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Daevêd and the Airiens

            No one ever comes out alive. I glance at the young man beside me.  Jorthâes, the eldest son of King Avänt—he’s my best friend.  His set expression as he looks at the dark forest directly … Continue reading

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