Welcome fellow geeks and writers, nerds and storytellers, Muggles and Wizards, musicians, critics, and lovers of epicness, to Tea with Tumnus. Thanks for stopping by to visit this little corner of the Internet! Grab a cup of tea, take an armchair, and let the discussions begin.
This blog is all about stories. Stories are what define us. Stories create history, memories, and lessons learned. I’m a writer and so stories hold a very special place in my heart. I also am a strong believer in the magic of storytelling in music. Here on the blog I give some tips and inspiration for writers and I also write up reviews on books and movies as well as the power of story in music and film scores and how they help you write. You may stumble upon a post or two about World War II or Lyme Disease, but World War II is a sad story of the history of our world and I wrote a story about my friend with Lyme Disease. I try to make every post related to stories.
Here’s a little bit about me: I’m a
- Irish dancer.
- Book dragon.
- Human with agoraphobia, cymophobia and emetophobia. I also don’t like needles.
- Passionate sci-fi and fantasy lover.
- Writer. My current WIP is Fiction’s Lie. It’s a precious child that is giving me lots of problems.
- Christian. I believe in the grace and redemption that Jesus has given me.
- Confused human.
You can also find me at Constant Collectible, the ultimate geek site, where I contribute with some book and comic reviews, as well as the monthly post series, Susannah’s Film Facts. Head on over there and check it out! On Tea with Tumnus, you will also find some posts called Michael’s Movie Mentions. Michael Jr., my brother, is a filmmaking nerd and his goal is to become a film director. He’s contributed several times on film scores, the director’s job, etc.
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