The Humanity of Witches

Sam, For those of us not wanting to wait ten months until October, I would highly recommend watching the Netflix adaptation of Archie Comic’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. While I do have issues about portraying witches as exclusively Satanists (a Christian branding), the show has peaked my interest enough to want to write about it….

The Burning Scar in ‘Order of the Phoenix’

Sam, By the time J. K. Rowling finished Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, our hero and his friends’ accomplishments in Hogwarts (and out) were well known. Their adventures, for all their dangers and thrills, should impress and bewilder readers especially for children’s stories. I don’t see many books for young readers where the…

Acts of Love in ‘Deathly Hallows’

Sam, Don’t be fooled by the title of this article. You won’t find sappy romance or a fairy tale ending here. This is the hard love, the kind that isn’t afraid to bleed for others. The Battle of Hogwarts has no white knights, no damsels in distress. J. K. Rowling isn’t shy about “love wins” as…