Old Sky Hewer

“Often thought of being led directionally by “the [Holy] Spirit” to drunken Laban, Nephi first foreshadows the influence of “the spirit” later encountered after unsheathing the sword. The talking spirit comes of the sword itself, carried by Laban and which in voice commands Nephi to slay the man. That sword is also featured in Words of... Continue Reading →

A few thoughts – Introduction

A long, strange adventure preceded this tale's reception, but in the end, I simply wrote what I heard. If there was magic, it was in hearing, then listening, and in trusting. [...] Here all I ask is: Can you make room in your world for a new history born from true myth, where gods merciful... Continue Reading →

Words – Reading Schedule

As I mentioned in my last post, I am going to be focusing my writing on Words. For anyone who would like to read along with me, below is the reading schedule. Note: The physical volumes can be purchased here and here. If you would like to read them for free, you can access each volume... Continue Reading →

A Year of Words

In 2020, I want to focus on Words - Words of The Faithful, Words of Them Which Have Slumbered, and The Book of Mormon. I will end up creating a reading schedule for anyone interested in following along. It will be around 22-pages per week, so roughly three pages per day. Each week, I'll write... Continue Reading →

What I am Reading

I have a lofty goal for 2019 - read every physical book I own. Is it possible? Maybe. Plausible? Unsure. Regardless, I'm going to do the best I can with the goal and see what happens. I decided to make my reading more entertaining - or something like that - by blogging about what I am... Continue Reading →

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