A hemidemisemiquaver of wisdom plucked from a polyphony of truth presented in the style of a script.
Beware. This is not a comfortable read. Especially if you call yourself a Christian. But it’s an awesome read. An important read. It’s like literary heart surgery for the soul with Heidi as the surgeon and includes a much-needed look at a little-dealt-with subject as one of its main themes — spiritual abuse.
With such a unique twist on the time-travel genre, “Time to Lie” by Phil Taylor has become one of my all-time favorite contemporary YA novels.
“Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than devoting time for one another!” — Adventures of a Busy Mom So true, … More
Child sacrifice. We would never think of doing something like this to our children… Or would we?
“All right already! I’ll do it!” I think the Universe had been trying to tell me something for quite a … More
My mother’s eulogy. I’m posting it here in honor of all mothers everywhere. Look at your hands — not the … More