“Oh, you come from afar? Well then, welcome, and please come in to this our stone house! Timothy will take your coats, and Will will usher you over towards the fire. I think Lilly and Ann are in the kitchen helping Mrs. Williams, and as for the rest of the children, they must be playing in the attic. I myself have just come from the cellar, or the basement as you would probably prefer. Please sit down and enjoy yourself to a cup of tea. It is English tea. I’ll tell you the whole story of how the Williamses came here in the first place.” ~Mr. Williams
The entire purpose of this blog is to discuss those characters, places, and events that occur in the novel The Williams House. If you have not read this book, then I highly recommend that you do. You can purchase it here at the Xulon Press bookstore, or here at Amazon. I myself am the author of this work and desire this blog to make this work timeless. So please relax for a moment with a cup of tea and enjoy this blog as you hear tales regarding the Williamses that are in the story, and others that are not. . . .
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Joshua A. Reynolds writes to restore Christian virtues and family values back into society. He is a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and holds to the reformed faith of Christendom. Russell Kirk’s conservatism most closely aligns with his political views, and his desire is to redeem the innocence of the “permanent things” in literature. One of his main goals in storytelling is to allow the reader to understand better theology, history, and more wholesome ways of living in a simple imaginative way. Some of the authors that have inspired his imagination are C. S. Lewis, Edith Nesbit, Frances Burnett, Mary Dodge, Beatrix Potter, Kenneth Grahame, and Lewis Carroll. He has authored two books, and some of the possible next few books he plans to publish are a historical fictional story about English children during the Victorian/Edwardian time period and a collection of sermon notes.
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