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Crystal Hurd

Crystal is a writer, poet, reader, and public school educator from Virginia. She is happily married with three beautiful Terriers (adopted from local shelters). Her dissertation explored the leadership of C.S Lewis with postdoctoral work focusing on the leadership roles of artists. An unapologetic book nerd, Crystal loves to read and research works involving faith, literature, art, and leadership. She also possesses a deep, unrelenting interest in all things European, especially Doctor Who. You can read her weekly thoughts on her webpage/blog, friend her on Facebook, (Crystal Sullivan Hurd) and follow her on Twitter: @DoctorHurd and @hurdofficial.

Doctor Who's Karen Gillan in New Series!

Whovians rejoice!  Karen Gillan, who played The Doctor’s former companion Amelia Pond, recently received word that her show Selfie will be picked up by ABC. The show is based upon My Fair Lady, where Gillan’s character Eliza Dooley experiences a recent horrific breakup which becomes a viral video. Dooley then recruits some help to recover her “tarnished image”. Starring alongside Gillan ...

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A Sherlock Special in the Works?

Oh, Steven Moffatt. You are so good at stringing us along. After an incredibly intriguing but woefully brief season three of BBC’s Sherlock, fans were disappointed to hear that the wait for season four may extend into 2016. However, Martin Freeman let slip on Alan Carr’s Chatty Man that the Sherlock cast may film a “one-off special” to satiate our ...

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Own the Lewis and Women Podcast Series!

Posted by William O’Flaherty: If you’ve been enjoying the Lewis & Women podcast miniseries and can’t wait for the last two shows then you will want to know this: I’m releasing all the shows through BandCamp. You can get the last two shows for just $1 each, or all FOUR for just $3. You can also preview ALL of the ...

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The Inklings Fellowship "Weekend in Montreat"

The Inklings Fellowship “Weekend in Montreat” Crystal Hurd All images courtesy of Crystal Hurd It is a small, obscure pub located on the side street in Oxford, England. The sign, an image bearing a rosy-cheeked infant perched securely upon the back of an eagle in flight, swings in the afternoon breeze as several men gather in the rabbit room to ...

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