Thoughts (and/or ravings) of a Fantasy Writer

Kuyper on inspiration

“God himself inspires those who have breathtaking genius in the field of art. He makes them to see a beauty and to experience in their spirit something far beyond what the world can offer, something that, once it moves from their imagination to outward expression, enriches the world, delights...

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Tales of the Wovlen - The Dragons Son

Book Review – Tales of the Wovlen: The Dragon’s Son

After the brutal massacre in his village, a broken, grieving boy chooses to live with a golden dragon in the wild rather than go to the mountains to be with his own people. If only he had known then what that choice would mean.

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Grass and Twigs

I awaken. A strange, full feeling welling inside me. Uncommonly aware of my Friend, and all He has done for me. I owe everything to Him, and I want to show my gratitude. I think deeply, burning to do something, anything, for Him. Is there anything He does not...

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Review – Hymns of the West #1: A Mighty Fortress

I had trouble enjoying this book. The writing quality was okay, even rather good, in a lot of places, and the characters were vivid at times, but an overuse of character names and repetitive wording made it hard to enjoy overall. There were a lot of “transitions”, or places...

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The separation of church and art

“The separation between church and art, therefore, does not at all bear the character of a complete separation between art and religion. Instead, the bond between both is guaranteed in the ideal character of both, so that if people refuse to permit the refined religious impulse to affect art,...

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