Recently, I read a novel titledNazi Hunters by Neal Bascomb which I found in Mr.Jockers’ library. Born in Colorado and raised in St.Louis, Neal Bascomb earned a double degree in English Literature and Economics at the Miami University in Ohio. He also spent several years in London, Paris and Dublin as a journalist. He is … Continue reading Emily L’s Letter Essay; Nazi Hunters
The End of the Night? We had walked all the way to the end of the street and back, yet we had gotten barely any sweets at all. Many doors we knocked on for trick-or-treating had given us no answer at all. This was not our neighborhood, but in fact our grandparents neighborhood. Most of … Continue reading Emily L.: Memoir
The Falls In a Honda driving towards Montmorency Outside on a rugged, treelined, dirt path Toward a massive, glittering waterfall larger than Niagara Falls With small rainbows shinning brightly below Underneath the blazing sun Across a large bridge that stretched across the whole waterfall Through more rugged, uneven, rocky dirt paths Down the large mountain … Continue reading Emily Larkin’s Prepositional Phrase Poem
What would happen if someone had a disease, but not just any kind of disease. What if that disease mutated and turned into something magical? What if that disease turned out to be one of the best things that ever happened to you? It all started out one stormy afternoon when a young girl named … Continue reading Fundamental Friday Free Write #5 Emily L.
I recently finished reading an 86 page mystery novel titled A Study in Scarlet, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is most famously known as the author of the Sherlock Holmes series, including this novel, his first in the series of many. He was a Scottish writer, but he earned a … Continue reading Emily L.’s Letter Essay #3 A Study in Scarlet
Emily Creative, hardworking, agile, caring Daughter of Noreen and Charlie, sister of Mia Lover of all arts, reading any mysterious, adventurous book and learning new exciting things Who feels thankful for my amazing and hardworking family, the many opportunities offered to me and for my friends Who finds happiness playing a board game with my … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Emily