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#ShroudedSundays

It’s that time of the week again, #ShroudedSundays. Enjoy this week’s excerpt of A Shrouded Spark as you prepare for your week. Find the first excerpt here! Find the second excerpt here!

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#ShroudedSundays

I will be releasing excerpts from A Shrouded Spark every Sunday, #ShroudedSundays–so, enjoy what’s left of your Sunday with this excerpt! Continue reading

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Building Diverse Bookshelves for Middle and High School Students

I haven’t written for my blog in quite some time! The sad reality of grad school is that you will most likely never have time to indulge in the things that are most enjoyable. I miss writing here, but I’m … Continue reading

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Response to “The Danger of a Single Story”

You can watch the TED Talk here Listening to this TED Talk reaffirmed all of the reasons for which I write. There were so many quotes that I wish I would have caught because it was all so very inspiring. … Continue reading

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