Continuity Issues

Continuity Issues

Let’s say you’re going to make up a story. A grand story. A story that’s going to span centuries with a cast of characters that numbers into the thousands. This story is going to be so big, that it’ll require several authors working with you...
Hypocrisy?

Hypocrisy?

If you’re like me, you might not know how to respond when you first see this picture. My initial reaction was “Yeah, we should help the poor. That’s what the church is supposed to be about.” You see, I’d rather give to missions,...

The Perfect Flaw

Usually my 4th grade son’s writing assignments involve heroes with super powers. They throw grenades, dodge bullets and never make mistakes. This week as we worked on a character sketch I insisted that he only write about “real life” 4th grade...

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