Favorite Characters Part 1: Boromir

So I was watching The Fellowship of the Ring last night, and I realized something: I’m ridiculously defensive of Boromir as a character. I really am. It’s almost stupid how quick I am to defend his character. But there’s a reason for that. So many people mindlessly despise Boromir’s character and I think that’s absolutely ridiculous. … Continue reading Favorite Characters Part 1: Boromir

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The Effects of C.S. Lewis on This English Major

So I’m doing a presentation tomorrow in my Creative Writing class on one of the authors I want to emulate this semester, and I would be lying if I didn’t say that C.S. Lewis is not only an author I want to emulate, but also an author who inspired my love for reading. C.S. Lewis … Continue reading The Effects of C.S. Lewis on This English Major

Word Vomit on the Struggles of Writing and Being a Writer: subtitled ‘I can’t seem to write a good title’

I keep trying to get myself to write something for my blog, but I’m such a perfectionist that it’s hard for me to feel comfortable posting anything. However, my professor for my creative writing class says that writing is being vulnerable, so here I go. I’m just going to write and post this and not … Continue reading Word Vomit on the Struggles of Writing and Being a Writer: subtitled ‘I can’t seem to write a good title’

Trust God, Not Trump

American Christians have this weird habit of putting their trust in their presidential candidates. It’s as if they forget that God is the real King and instead say, “Our only hope is this candidate.” I have heard people on both sides putting their future in the hands of Donald Trump, our next president. People against … Continue reading Trust God, Not Trump