My First Guest Post: Litmospheria.com

“We’re all stories in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?”

—The Doctor

Hullo, friends! This week I was given the privilege to write for Litmospheria, the personal blog of my dear friend and “Superwholocked” aficionado, Katie (I hope I used the right word 😆 ). Kate and I became friends due to our sheer love for books, movies (all kinds of stories, really), and digging up what they teach us and illustrating how they can draw us closer to Christ.

Truth: If Kate was given the choice of buying a car or a T.A.R.D.I.S., she would definitely go for the police box (Like how I would choose a Nimbus 2000 over a bicycle. Honestly, friends, this is basic stuff).

Kate asked me to write for her blog a few months ago, and I was finally able to complete a post for her (thanks for bearing with me, Watson 😎). We both share an affinity for all things Sherlock, so when I finished the BBC series, I knew I would write about how much I loved the moral, emotional, and psychological complexities of the season four finale, “The Final Problem.”

Obviously.

So, without further ado, head on over to Kate’s blog and check out my first ever guest post! And while you’re there, be sure to check out all of Kate’s ponderings and thoughts. She’s got some pretty great literary and cinematic ideas brewing in that red head of hers.

http://www.litmospheria.com

Also, on a side note, friends: I have a post on Shakespeare’s Macbeth in the works, which I should be publishing in a few days, so be expecting that pretty soon.

Auf Wiedersehen! 🐻

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