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Words I Abhor – Vol 1

We all have words we detest. Some of our lexicon is simply abominable. I have my own share of vocabulary I abhor—unfairly or not—and it’s my pious pleasure and pedantic privilege to share those words with you now. Enjoy, plebes. Rectify • This word may seem perfectly fine by itself. Unfortunately, it bears a remarkable … Continue reading Words I Abhor – Vol 1

Detective Pikachu • Review

It’s high time they made a live-action Pokémon movie, we said. It’s high time they brought the creatures we love onto the big screen in a spectacular way. Then Warner Bros. took up the project, and we all flinched. Suddenly the doubts came flooding in. Is it really high time to ruin this franchise? What … Continue reading Detective Pikachu • Review

Why Mushrooms?

Some of you might be wondering—why did I choose mushrooms for Ayphae’s theme? I could have built Ayphae around anything…and I chose fungi. Toadstools, yeast, mold, endophytes—they’re all central to the realm of Ayphae. Now some of you hate mushrooms. Some of you find them weird. I love mushrooms. But why do I love them? … Continue reading Why Mushrooms?

EMMAUS – Free Download

Have you heard of the two travelers on the road to Emmaus? The Bible says Jesus opened the Scriptures to them and “beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself.” Jesus even claimed, “Did not the Christ have to suffer these things and … Continue reading EMMAUS – Free Download

Risen – First and Only Movie of its Kind

The crucifixion and resurrection were spectacular. 10/10. I especially love the twist at the end where Jesus rises from the dead. God directs the best nonfiction masterpieces. Wait, this is supposed to be a review of the 2016 movie “Risen”—starring Joseph Fiennes and directed by Kevin Reynolds (The Count of Monte Cristo, 2002), which made … Continue reading Risen – First and Only Movie of its Kind

Tales of Ayphae -A Sneak Peek

Tales of Ayphae is a series of short stories leading up to the events in Ayphae. You can read it before or after you read Ayphae—both books stand alone! It gives backstory information on three crucial characters and provides you with a timeline leading up to Ayphae. I’d also like to think it’s an entertaining … Continue reading Tales of Ayphae -A Sneak Peek

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