I’ve heard people say that reading fictional stories is a waste of time, and I wanted to point out why this is not true.
However, it was simply too big a subject for me! Books have taught me certain lessons … but they’ve taught other people completely different things. And I hate to narrow this broad subject down to just my opinions and experiences!
So, through Google Forms, I asked a variety of readers from social media the following questions: What does reading mean to you? How have novels helped you in your life? Why are they worth something to you?
Here are their responses.
Continue reading “Are Novels Important?”
Note: this post is kinda along the lines of a Reading Rant, but not exactly.
When you saw “graphic” and “Christian fiction” in the same title, you probably either laughed or winced.
The ones who winced have actually read Christian fiction.
Seriously, though, ladies and gents, you know I hate writing negative reviews … especially negative reviews based on content. You see, I feel unfair giving a book a bad review just ’cause it was worldly.
I mean, seriously. Can I really expect non-Christian authors to write clean books?
However, when it’s a Christian fiction book, I get quite angry. I huff and I puff. Christians should abide by God’s rules for the things we think on (whatsoever things are good, pure, noble, just, lovely, and of good report; if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy), and when they don’t, it upsets me.
Continue reading “When Christian Fiction Is Ungodly”