Monthly Archives | October 2019

Suspense and Word Choice in a Freewrite

One dreary night in May of 2018 I was out late with some close friends just strolling around. We decided to stop at a park. There was a really rundown house on another side of a fence between the park and the house. No one had lived there in years. We didn’t think much of […]

“Free! Body and soul free!”

A lot of things can make a person feel trapped. I feel as if a common thing especially as teenagers can be mental illness. I’ve personally seen people I care about and myself struggle with mental illness. Everyone I have seen struggle has said similar things, that they are trapped or locked in an endless […]

Technology: Friend or Foe?

I think technology is an amazing and useful thing. But as I have always been taught, everything in limitation. Too much of anything can’t be good for you. Technology of course poses potential dangers to humans. It can however benefit our lives in many ways. Social media is one of the many additions to technology […]

The first story I read

I was assigned to read, “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury. This story is about the Hadley family. Everything in this story is in a way futuristic or technology based. The parents in this family George and Lydia Hadley, purchased the technology to make a room in their house change to whatever their children, Wendy and […]

What I’ve been reading

During our 4 hours of reading this year I have read an unholy amount of books. Finishing them all was also because of how much time I spend reading out of school. The first book I read this school year was “We are the Ants” Shaun David Hutchinson. It was written absolutely beautifully. I have […]

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