The Trials of My Heart: a Review of The Burning Maze and it’s Emotional Cruelty

Apparently, Trials of Apollo isn’t the nice clean ending to the Greek/Roman mythology series I thought it was. The third book of the series, The Burning Maze wasn’t afraid to pack an emotional pack, and drastically change the lives of major characters.

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Lightsabers!

Happy Friday – and May the Fourth be with you! Since today’s post lines up with Star Wars day, I thought I’d write about one of the most significant things in the Star Wars universe: lightsabers. More specifically, why we like lightsabers so much. They look cool I mean, obviously. They’re practically glowing swords –…

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Faith-Based Strength in Characters

Different people find their strength in different things. For me, as a Christian, I find strength in my faith. So when I see another character also find their strength in faith, I tend to relate to them more.

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Hufflepuff – The House of the Hardworking, or the Miscellaneous?

During the Sorting Hat Songs, the Sorting Hat sometimes claims Hufflepuffs to be hard-working and loyal, and sometimes that Helga Hufflepuff created a house for those left out by the other three houses. These two statements seem to contradict.

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Jobs in the World of Harry Potter

The Harry Potter books series doesn’t talk much about the adult life of wizards, since it focuses primarily on the student-age protagonists, but those hoping to write fanfiction might want more than the few jobs covered in the series to choose from. 

Since these aren’t the most obvious, here are some jobs that either definitely are or could be in the world of Harry Potter. 

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