Fundy's Echo

      Doug Blair
Fundy's Echo

I have always enjoyed the contributions of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - the drumbeat of the Song of Hiawatha, the ever-hopeful lover's search of Evangeline the courage and character of The Village Blacksmith. This is a bit of an anthology, with a couple of personal items thrown in.Hi many name is Susan Day and I love telling stories and sharing them with my friends. Interactive Adventure Stories are stories that I have written but I need your help finishing them. They are designed for children and adults aged 8 years and older.In these new and exciting books you will be able to choose the details and create their own fabulous stories. Using the story outline and your fantastic imagination, you’ll be able to take control and make the story your own by adding words in to certain sections of the story. Interactive Adventure Stories help improve your imagination, reading and writing skills. We all know that if a child enjoys reading and writing they are going to reach higher goals and have more fun learning. Interactive Adventure Stories are designed to allow your child to take control of the story and enjoy every page. To get you started I’ve provided hints in brackets in the beginning (It will look like this and it will be a list of words that you can use or will prompt your imagination.) After that, it’s up to you, but be careful; you’ll need to write down your answers so you can refer back to them as the story progresses!
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    Church on the Hoist

      Doug Blair
Church on the Hoist

Do you desire to see more of Christ in your assembly and less of men and tedious program? Consider the experience of a couple of spirit-hungry churches. They could be like the ones just around your corner, with the Lord, in his sovereign will, about to break something open. Something like revival.The following Companion outlines in some detail the works collected together as The Ostraka Plays, together with some observations behind the writing process and a larger overview of the theatre these plays occupy. Each play is discussed in some detail and all are grouped together under the rubric of the ostracised: those people and characters who are ejected or abandoned from the social body.
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