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Getting Lost

Lost in Love

by Lani Diane Richon Lost

I must confess: I’m not big on worst-case-scenario entertainment. Plane crashes, train wrecks, little boys floating in rafts with tigers . . . it’s just not my thing. Watching people in high-stress situations makes me highly stressed, and it’s just not my cup of tea.

Me, I like love stories. No, scratch that. I love love stories. Love stories feed the heart, mind, and soul, and for my money, there’s no better storytelling around. And I’m not alone. It’s hardly a fluke that every myth that has been passed down through the oral traditions of the ancients started with love–the Egyptians had Geb and Nutt, the Greeks had Zeus and Hera, the Romans had Venus and . . . well . . . everyone. (Go, Venus.) Love speaks to the very core of what makes us human, it’s a need as real as food, clothing, or shelter, and without it, that … read more»

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A good story demands transformation and for Protestant America’s buck, not much beats virtuous Christian girls tumbling into depravation. The mother/whore, the fallen angel, the good girl gone bad rivets readers to the page. When the preacher’s daughter winds up the pregnant homecoming queen (or for that matter, the vice-presidential … read more»

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The Chronicles of Narnia is a seven-book tale of good versus evil–the age-old war of Light and Darkness. It’s a story you’ll also find in the Lord of the Rings, the Harry Potter series, and many other fantasy novels–a heady brew of myth and magic, brave heroes, dark villains, mystic … read more»

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A Visitor's Guide to Fell's Church

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One of the questions we’re asked most (other than “Does Paul Wesley have a Twitter account?”) is “What happens in the books?” We’ve come to expect a flood of breathless emails following every cliffhanger, fans begging us to tell them what happens next because they may fall down … read more»

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The Friendly Neighborhood of Peter Parker

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Every comic superhero has a home base. It’s necessary; a hero has to live somewhere. Even though superheroes often deal with major disasters around the world, they still have to concentrate most of their heroics in one location. And often, the choice of a hero’s hometown defines much of what … read more»

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