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Voice Of The Forest

Once more I find myself too surrounded and overwhelmed by assignments to write anything new. Luckily, I was digging through old files again and found this essay I wrote in high school for Green Week. 1,123 more words


Super Huge Writing Prompt is Finally Here!!

I have finally typed out and edited this little tidbit from my book. I was so sad guys, because I was going through my notebook and realized I lost a page of the story I had written so the excerpt is slightly shorter because I couldn’t remember quite what I had written on the lost page. 799 more words


Final Hours

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The good always die young.

Ten-year-old Roy Brown sits in his chair at the kitchen table alone. Yesterday his brother, Billy, was killed on Pine Landing Road. 43 more words


A newly-discovered, unpublished chapter from Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: printed in The Guardian on Aug. 30, 2014:

“Little Charlie took a tighter hold of Mrs Bucket’s hand as they walked down the long corridor.

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Saved By The Monster by Shayla and Courtney Philemon and Mena King

The following tale was written by the talented daughters of Sister Tactful Temptress. Shayla Philemon as herself, Courtney Philemon as Lily, and Mena King as Chloe. 1,232 more words

The Twisted Path Group

Reread Project: Free Fall by Robert Crais

I said I’d get this posted on Monday, not when on Monday. It’s amazing what a cold, a tweaked work schedule and a National Holiday can do to one’s writing schedule. 2,229 more words


Mark Twain Library Book Sale Helps "UsedBooksinClass" Move to West Haven

I’m moving.

This blog is moving with me.

This Used Books in Class blog will now be headquartered in West Haven, Connecticut, as I have taken a position as the Language Arts, Social Studies, Library Media and Testing Coordinator for their public school system. 642 more words