Monthly Archives: March 2016

More Marvel Fan Fiction: An Avengers’ Easter

Happy Easter, readers!!!  As you may recall, last year I put up a small fan fiction story set in the time before Avengers: Age of Ultron.  It was a Christmas story (or very nearly), and it was set in the Marvel Cinematic … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!!!!

Cold Iron by Rudyard Kipling “Gold is for the mistress — silver for the maid — Copper for the craftsman cunning at his trade.” “Good!’ said the Baron, sitting in his hall, “But Iron — Cold Iron — is master of … Continue reading

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Rise of the Guardians

I have wanted to write a post about Rise of the Guardians since a few hours after I saw it. But nothing would come to me in a distinct way, and so I have let it lie for a while. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Escape from Warsaw (formerly The Silver Sword) by Ian Serraillier

Warsaw, Poland. 1942. Germany has invaded, and for the Balicki family, this is very bad news. The family consists of Joseph, his wife, and his three children: Ruth, Edek, and Bronia. Joseph is taken to a Nazi prison camp called … Continue reading

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Quotable Quotes #13

Whoever wishes to hold the fortress of contemplation must first train in the camp of action. – Pope St. Gregory the Great The “digital highway” is a street teeming with people who are often hurting, men and women looking for … Continue reading

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Captain America: Civil War – Trailer 2 Breakdown

Well, sorta. This is not a total trailer breakdown, more like half a trailer breakdown. Anyway, thanks to masterleiaofasgard, I saw the second Civil War trailer not too long ago. (She is sooo good at finding these things! 😉 ) … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eight Cousins by Louisa May Alcott

Rose Campbell, a thirteen year old orphan, arrives at her two great-aunts’ house after her father’s death. At first Rose is shy and convinced she has “no constitution.” This is due in no small part to the loving interference of … Continue reading

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