I first became familiar with Flannery O'Conner through her direct, uncomplicated tone in the non-fiction excerpt above -- what tone would better suit such prophetic words?
By Carol Starkey Many people are familiar with C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia. I remember the first time I read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and being transported to a magical land through a wardrobe. In college, I encountered more of his works like the Space Trilogy and Till We Have Faces.... Continue Reading →
By Kirsty Pearce While it may appear that the physical act of sitting down and putting pen to paper is a lost art form in this day and age, this is not the case for the four main characters of the Hallmark series Signed Sealed Delivered. Giving themselves the nickname the Postables, Oliver O’Toole, Shane... Continue Reading →
By Rachel Kovaciny Please note: This article will discuss the book by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows, not the 2018 film based on the book. I love stories that involve World War Two. All my friends know this. Ten years ago, one friend recommended I read a book with a really long, strange title: The... Continue Reading →
By Rachel Sexton Love letters can be effective things... on the page. Readers can pore over them and swoon. On screen, however, they can prove a visually tricky proposition. Watching someone write isn’t exciting. Same goes for typing. At the same time, there is an emotional truth in love letters that gives a romance more... Continue Reading →