Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

I have always loved historical fiction for the way it transports a reader into a time and place, making what you read about in school seem real and tangible. However, over the last year or two my historical fiction reading habits have changed. While I used to love...
Book Review: This Tender Land

Book Review: This Tender Land

I don’t know if it’s a remnant of being a voracious reader as a child consuming Rold Dahl books about children cast away by adults to creatively discover who they are or The Boxcar Children camping and foraging in a railyard but I love an epic “clever kids on a heist”...
Why I Am Only Attending Essential Meetings

Why I Am Only Attending Essential Meetings

I joke that in the past month in addition to being a ministry consultant, writer, mother and spouse I am now also the principal, gym coach, cafeteria worker, guidance counselor and two grade level teachers at our new home school set up. But really, it’s no joke. This...

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