Back in 2015, I had the extraordinary experience of being able to interview S. D. Smith, the author of The Green Ember series. Thinking over how expansive The Green Ember series has grown to be, I decided it was time for an article update!
Hey, folks! We’re back from our summer adventure, and boy, what an adventure it was! We drove 10,000+ miles in the truck over the course of 11 weeks, and learned a lot about living in a small space. It wasn’t all a bowl of cherries — there were days where space was tight and we missed our alone time. But we worked through it and it taught us patience. Here […]
Here’s an original poem I wrote while sitting in a coffee shop in Colorado. I hope you enjoy it!
Wonderment Ellie Cummins Wistful as a wispy sunrise Open as the sweeping sky
He Is Coming He is coming. All creation leaps at the sound of His voice. It waits. It waits as the time draws nearer, nearer. As in one heartbeat, the world thuds in anticipation. The broken-hearted look up, the tears still on their faces. He is coming. He is coming. The broken children look up, their lonely faces filled with hope again.
Hello, there. What do you think of my new blog? As you have probably noticed, it’s been renamed!
Hello! How are you doing today? I’m here with a little poem I wrote a few weeks back. I’d love for you to take a look!
Hi! I’m posting something today that is radically different from most of my posts in the “Writing” category. For this prose I wrote strictly from the inside of a person’s thoughts. There are no conversations or descriptions of appearance. Only thoughts. (The character thinking these thoughts is not real, but being that my only reference as to how people think is through my own mind, some of the character’s thoughts are […]
Hey, Everyone! How was your Valentine’s Day? Mine was terrific! Micah got Anna and me flowers and arranged them himself in glass vases, and Mom gave us chocolate, which happens to be a favorite of mine. 😛
Hey, Everyone! Have you ever found the English language lacking before? Like it just wasn’t deep enough for what you were talking about? As I was trying to describe how I felt about God, I found the word “love” wasn’t enough. It was incomplete. So I decided to specify—with poetry, of course!