Monthly Archives: August 2015

Summer of C.S. Lewis, part IV

The Screwtape Letters The fourth and last C.S. Lewis book I read this summer was The Screwtape Letters. This one was not originally on my list. I had heard it was written from the devil’s perspective. No thank you, I’ve … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Reading, part I

My reading habits: who I read Someone recently asked me who my favorite author was.  I didn’t have an answer. It was a reasonable question for someone who claims to be a writer and a librarian. Why didn’t I have … Continue reading

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Summer of C.S. Lewis, part III

Miracles The third C.S. Lewis book I read this summer was Miracles. For my thoughts on the first two, look here and here. It was by far the hardest of the Lewis books I’ve read so far. Miracles challenges us … Continue reading

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