Category Archives: Readings

Pathos, Ethos, and Logos in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart

Let every people bring their gifts to the great festival of the world’s cultural harvest and mankind will be all the richer for the variety and distinctiveness of the offerings. – Chinua Achebe (PCSR 76)   All African writers are … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading Part 1

Happy Holidays! It’s been quiet on here recently, and for good reason. I’ve been writing and reading, which, according to Stephen King and my other advisors, are the keys necessary to good writing. I believe all writers have a love of reading deep in the heart. With that in mind, I’m sharing my favorite books I read in 2014. If you’re looking for a good book to read or give as a gift, these are great ones. Just a note: they link to Goodreads descriptions; if you don’t have an account already, I highly you recommend it! I love being able to store my books there and talk with other readers and writers! Continue reading

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