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L’apprentissage de la liberté

Il n’est rien de plus fécond en merveilles que l’art d’être libre ; mais il n’y a rien de plus dur que l’apprentissage de la liberté.

—  Alexis de Tocqueville

Much Ado About a Face. Again.

Back before I lost my face, everyone wanted to be my friend. Why? Because my face was beautiful. I used to be able to get into any movie I wanted because Cindy Loverlips worked at the box office. She loved my face the most. Every Friday night I went to the movies with my then-girlfriend….

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In 2013, I read 31 books.

I’m going to do better with keeping this thing updated. I promise. Even if the blog posts are short and simple (like this one!) So in 2013, I read 31 books. A few of them were some of the best books I’ve ever read (ever), and others were some of the worst books I’ve ever…

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Bonjour!

Hey, after two years, the blog is back and it’s shiny and newish again. 🙂 Be sure to check out: The Bookshelf – Thoughts and reviews of some books I’ve recently read. Gallery – A few drawing and sketches I’ve done in the past (will add more in the near future). Books & Writing –…

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The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

I have read several books since returning home from my mission–particularly books that were released during my time in the mission field.  One of those books was suggested by a good friend of mine and since reading it, it has become one of my favorite books.  It’s certainly the best book I’ve read since my…

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I’m Leaving.

I’ve been putting this post off for sometime now–partially because I haven’t known exactly how to say it, I guess. But it’s time to let the few people who actually care know. I’ve been teasing everyone about it for months now on Twitter. Yes, this is what the #Foreshadow tweets are all about. I’m leaving….

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YA Book Suggestion: The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner

Since reading the Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins, The Road by Cormac McCarthy and Nineteen-Eighty-Four by George Orwell, I’ve been craving dystopian novels.  One of the recent books I picked up was The Maze Runner by James Dashner. I had heard of Dashner before from his The 13th Reality series (I have yet to…

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