Top 5 Blog Posts of 2014

5.) The Downside of Superpowers

Wish you had superpowers? Do you want invisibility, so you can be introverted and extroverted at the same time? Flight, so you can travel the world for free? Or mind control, so you can, well, control minds? Maybe you should reconsider…

4.) Book Review- Skin Game (#15 of The Dresden Files) by Jim Butcher

“I’m sorry,” he said. “I know you were expecting me to share words of wisdom with you, maybe say something to you about God and your soul and forgiveness and redemption. Ans all those things are good things that need to be said in the right time, but . . . honestly, Harry. I wouldn’t be your friend if I didn’t point out to you that you are behaving like an amazingly pigheaded idiot.”

– From Chapter Twenty of Skin Game by Jim Butcher

3.) Book Review- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

“Is it bad that I am so impressed by author John Green that I begin to make things up to be impressed about, like for instance, his name. Only a humble, incredibly talented, un-auspicious person would use the simplest form possible of his first and last names as his author name. The fact that he doesn’t spell Green with an unnecessary ‘e’ on the end makes me sigh. It’s ridiculous.”

2.) Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child

I searched You Tube for this “new” version of an old song, only to discover it was the version sung by Richie Havens in 1969 at Woodstock! I am a hippie at heart and it totally gave me the excuse I needed to add it to The Red String soundtrack! Peace, love and Richie Havens…
This one’s for Li and Ainsling.

1.) Book Review- Eleanor & Park

Omaha. Somewhere in middle America. This is the setting for Rainbow Rowell’s 2012 award-winning teen romance novel.

Well, since the book reviews are so popular, I’m going to set a goal for 2015 to post one book review every month.
Look for the next one in early January. I will be reviewing Water Walker by Ted Dekker. If you have any requests for future book reviews, please let me know in a comment!

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