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Book Review: Hebbros by Nicole Sager

In a realm that feasts on wickedness, and a city that thirsts for power, the faithfulness of a few will be tested.
A MIZGALIAN SEEKS JUSTICE… When members of his faith are exiled from the city of Hebbros, Luke vows to resist the forces that tore his family apart. Armed with a divine gift and the aid of friends, he undertakes to right a world of wrongs. Opposed on all sides by evil men determined to silence the Faithful and outlaw their powerful God, Luke’s small band will be tried and tested as they battle for truth, freedom, and the overthrow of rampant evil in their city.
AN ARCREAN SEEKS FULFILLMENT… Three years after Elaina’s world was turned upside-down, the former nobleman’s daughter still tastes the sting of bitterness. When an act of betrayal sends her north into slavery, Elaina finds herself face-to-face with the truth she has long resisted and a choice that will change her forever.
THEY WILL DISCOVER A MATCHLESS GRACE… Brought together in a desperate attempt to pluck …

My Top 10 Songs

So I was thinking of some of my favorite songs lately and I figured I would share them with you all. Most likely I will finish this post, publish it and walk away feeling satisfied....until I remember that 1 song that I absolutely l-o-v-e, and forgot to add. So these are some of my top 10 favorites songs.

#10. Hmm, probably one from Disney's Tarzan, "Two Worlds". So, it's catchy and powerful and full on 90's. Not to mention the heart it has to offer.
#9. Sorry, no picture for this one. This would have to be the theme song on the awesome show CHiPs. Alan Silvestri did incredible on that soundtrack.

#8. For this one I would probably choose "He's a Pirate" from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl. Really this theme runs throughout the whole soundtrack. What I like about it the fun and excitement. It makes great background music.

#7. The main theme from Avengers-entitled "The Avengers"-the music is so triumphant, exciting, and has a…

Life: Just Give it to Him

So for my whole life I have been a dramatic person, very dramatic! (The smart readers just realized I was illustrating my point without meaning too. Oops.) But being dramatic doesn't mean I am open with my feelings. In fact I get so frustrated trying to get people to understand what I am feeling. The world's perception of women and their feelings seems to be that either they are not sure what they feel or the can constantly start an emotional conversation and express their feelings to the dot. (At least that's my over-emotional, hormonal, and opinionated teenager assessment of it. I am a great one to pick apart the problems or stereotypes of the world, huh?) But for me that is definitely not how it has worked.

     When I was young I had a very overactive imagination. And though my family did what they could to help me face my fears and learn to control my imagination I was left with the major amount of work. I got used to doing things on my own, taking care of thin…