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Azelyn Klein
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College graduate, world traveler, and a child of God.
College graduate, world traveler, and a child of God.

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Book Review: The Snow Child
“In my old age, I see that life itself is often more
fantastic and terrible than the stories we believed as children, and that
perhaps there is no harm in finding magic among the trees.” I was pretty skeptical about this book at first. It almost
didn’t make...
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Traveling and Writing: Inspirational or Disastrous?
For those who may not know, I grew up within a military
community. This lifestyle not only means that I’m not very familiar with
civilian culture (I thought everybody knew what a commissary was), but it also
means I’ve had to move around a lot. I’ve never l...
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7 Reasons I Enjoy Novels in Verse
Last year, I read a lot of books to be sure. 109 to be
exact. In all of those stories, I discovered a new favorite form: novels in
verse. What is a novel in verse, you might ask? For those of you
unfamiliar with this form, it’s basically a novel written as ...
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Poem: Early Spring
Weird weather can be fun, like when you get an early spring
in January and the daffodils pop up and then you get sunburned because why
wouldn’t you want to be outside? On the other hand, it can be annoying. February sees winter
return. And then March sees s...
Poem: Early Spring
Poem: Early Spring
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The Bookish Q&A Tag
Usually, this is the time of month where I post a book
review. But March has been a rather slow month for me (I’ve only read six
books), and I haven’t quite found a book to recommend. Other than Bridge to Terabithia , of course. That.
Book. Is. Brutal! And ...
The Bookish Q&A Tag
The Bookish Q&A Tag
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Stages of a Plot Bunny
For many readers, stories may begin with the age-old phrase
“Once upon a time,” but for writers, the story takes on a different phrase: “What
if?” This question often sparks an idea, or more specifically, feeds a plot
bunny. Such bunnies may vary from story...
Stages of a Plot Bunny
Stages of a Plot Bunny
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Why this Bookworm Enjoys Book-to-Movie Adaptations
You may have heard me complain about movies. You may have
even heard me say I don’t like films. I am a bookworm, after all. Perhaps it
comes from being raised with a family obsessed with movies. I can’t tell you
how many movies my family likes to watch in a...
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Poem: Rocking Chair
It’s always an experiment—sharing form poetry via Blogger. I
sure hope this one turns out. I realize it may be different for each device, so
I apologize in advance if the form doesn’t make any sense. For clarity’s sake,
the first stanza is supposed to resem...
Poem: Rocking Chair
Poem: Rocking Chair
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Book Review: Audacity
“In under an hour, [the sun] is gone again slipped past the edge of the next building like an egg yolk sliding out of the shell.” Poetic imagery can be so fresh sometimes. It’s like a breath
of fresh air, even if the images aren’t entirely aesthetically ple...
Book Review: Audacity
Book Review: Audacity
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Writing about Castles (Featuring Dragons!)
One of my earliest memories comes from the first time my
family and I lived in Germany—of me escaping from my parents, walking on a red
carpet, and approaching a gaping castle gate. I can’t recall if these are all
one castle or several, but every now and th...
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