Why I Still Hate Poetry: The Dodo’s Conundrum

After reading all of the poems in class I’m still not a fan of poetry. Period. My first impression of the Dodo’s Conundrum was that it was the difference between the narrator’s reality and a dream. Past those first impressions and when I thought about the poem a little more, I realized that the point […]

The Good Guy With A Dark Past

The element I took from the book I’m reading to add to my short story is a sense of mystery. The main character in my story I’m reading is a sweet, nice girl, and in my short story, Jo, my main character is such a polite nice guy. The best stories have a nice guy, […]

Small Town, Big Mystery

The setting in my story is written in a small town. I don’t think the story would make much sense if it was written in any other setting. The town is small, condensed, and people who live there go on with their daily lives without many interesting activities going on. Because the town is so […]

A Funny Tragedy

My book doesn’t utilize humor in any way possible. The main plot of this story is very serious and down to the point, and as far as I’ve read in this book with everything the characters had to deal with I’d be serious too. For the past how many years Sarah has been missing, and […]

The Missing Sister

The book I’m currently reading is called The Stranger Game by Cylin Busby. The main character in this story is a 13-year-old girl named, Nico Morris. Ever since her older sister Sarah went missing Nico has volunteered at the help center. It’s good for her. Nico shows what type of character she is when the […]

Dirt, Dust, & Dark Voids

The book I chose to read is called DUST, by Hugh Howey. I don’t know too much information about this book, but it caught my eye in the library and seemed like an interesting read. I’m a big fan of mystery books and “the world is ending” types of stories, and this seemed like a […]