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What I’m Reading Now…

June 12, 2010

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Wonder Boys–Michael Chabon 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Portland— Paul Gerald The Dharma Bums— Jack Kerouac Green Hills of Africa— Earnest Hemingway All of these books inspire me… Here’s why:  Wonder Boys speaks to the writer inside of me, and Kerouac’s, Dharma Bums, speaks to the side of me desiring an unorthodox brand of […]

A Review– Chris Tomlinson’s “Crave”

February 9, 2010

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Chris Tomlinson’s new book Crave is perhaps the most straightforward and honest Christian book I’ve ever read. It’s simple, but profound, and not only am I a better follower of Christ for having read it, I am thinking more deeply about my own cravings as a result. To be honest with you, little of what […]

Writing Update: A Title and a Domain

January 30, 2010

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I’ve always had a difficult time titling things. Poetry, blogs, naming pets, all of these pose a distinct challenge for me because I over think almost everything. Last year I set out to write a book, and for the past 17 months have been living, eating, sleeping, and breathing this project as if I was […]

Don Miller, The Most Sensitive of Vampires?

November 18, 2009

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At McKays Used Bookstore tonight I saw something pretty funny… One of my favorite authors has apparently been writing for a new genre. Check it out! How this happened is beyond me, but I do think it’s possible that Don’s Million Miles Tour has him feeling like a zombie after over 2 months on the […]

Next Book Review On It’s Way!

October 2, 2009

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I’m excited today because I just got a copy of Ben Pearson and Henry Arnold’s new book KABUL 24! Can’t wait to see the accompanying documentary, narrated by Jim Caviezel! The review should be up in the next week or two!

Book Review: A Million Miles In A Thousand Years

September 29, 2009

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Well folks, it’s hear! Today Don Miller’s newest book, A Million Miles In A Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life, is officially on shelves nationwide. First of all if Don reads this, congrats on putting out another great book! Anyone who writes, or aspires to write, understands the difficulty of not only […]

Angry Conversations With God

September 7, 2009

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          I may only be a 23 year old male from the South, but that didn’t stop me from voraciously reading  Angry Conversations With God: A Snarky But Authentic Spiritual Memoir and seeing parts of myself throughout the entire book. And it’s rare for me to be able to say that. One knows they’ve read a great book […]