Ruth Anne

Ruth Anne is 13. She spells her name with an “e,” much to her dad’s chagrin. She is an aspiring novelist and has drafted six novels and novellas. She likes cats, Christian music, and tea that’s at the perfect temp. If you ever visit her, odds are that she will be reading, writing, or washing dishes.
Pembrick’s Creaturepedia: a classification
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Pembrick’s Creaturepedia: a classification

Pembrick’s Creaturepedia is found on bookshelves all over Skree. But the original resides on the desk of Andrew Peterson, esquire. It is filled with exceedingly exquisite examples of a half-gobbled artist’s sketchery. Jam-packed with drawings of such creatures as Tail-handed Thwaps, Toothy Cows, Trolls, Ridgerunners, Dagger Fish, and Gunkees, this tome is exceptionally delightful! Ollister B. Pembrick’s Creaturepedia is ridiculously wonderful.

Allegories Worth Reading That Make Me Feel Hopeful and Loved
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Allegories Worth Reading That Make Me Feel Hopeful and Loved

When I’m not writing or reading, I’m pondering a plot line, developing a character, dreaming up a new idea, or wondering what happens next in the book I’m reading.   With an allegory, I know what happens next. I know that the Greatest Author of All Time will write the character’s story, redeem their brokenness, and let in the…

What makes you strong and powerful? (a book review from my daughter)
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What makes you strong and powerful? (a book review from my daughter)

Empowered contains the stories of eleven women whose lives were shaped by God. Catherine Parks tells each one’s story in an original and enlightening way. The word “empower” is a magnificent verb meaning “to give power or authority to.” Catherine Parks explains in the introduction to Empowered: How God Shaped 11 Women’s Lives (And Can…

The End.

The End.