Dragon Age 4

17 Dec 18
Binky Productions

We continue and conclude the Canticle of Transfigurations, in this analysis of the Dragon Age Chant of Light, about the Maker and Andraste’s teachings. For more Dragon Age content, subscribe on YouTube. http://binkyproductions.com Twitter: @BinkyProd http://Steemit.com/@BinkyProd Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/BinkyProd PayPal Tip Jar: http://www.binkyproductions.com/howtocontribute

17 Dec 18
Far From Higley

The story of St. Kevin is a journey of isolation to community. Kevin came to Glendalough in the year 500 AD to follow his dream of finding God in solitude and prayer. He chose to live by the shore of Upper Lake (the larger of two lakes that cradle Glendalough) taking for his hermitage an […]

17 Dec 18
Warwick Economist

I wrote this to teach myself when I realised that I don’t know that much about my own country. Before we begin, things to keep in mind: Vietnamese history is not that well-recorded and contains propaganda. Read with a grain of salt. Vietnam started in the North and expanded South-ward (map). This summary will be […]

17 Dec 18
Sifa Elizabeth Reads

I’m trying out a new reviewing method today – taking notes as I read. It broke up my reading a bit, as I reached for the notebook when something occurred to me. However, I have a lot to say. Genre: Fantasy Age Range: YA Star Rating: ?/5 Stars Series: Yes – first of trilogy Synopsis: […]

17 Dec 18
New Chapters

When I first started this blog I had two objectives: help others, and push myself out of my comfort zone. I’ve said before that I don’t believe the former to be achievable without also helping myself, hence why this post is so important to me. I’m not normally the kind of person to share the […]