Dear Reader, I have recently completed reading a 305 page fictionalized fantasy piece of literature. Said book is named The Lost Track of Time and was dreamed up by Paige Britt with the drawings every now and again so amazingly illustrated by Lee White. Britt has only written a few books as she is a … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #9: The Lost Track of Time by Paige Britt
Lyrics: “People Are Crazy” This old man and me were at the bar and we Were having us some beers and swapping I-don’t-cares Talking politics, blonde and red-head chicks Old dogs and new tricks and habits we ain’t kicked We talked about God’s grace and all the heck we raised Then I heard the ol’ … Continue reading Music Appreciation: Storytelling: People are Crazy, Billy Currington
Imagery, Hyperbole (1:58), Simile (3:55). I’m stepping out the door. I’m floating in the most peculiar way. I’m floating on my tin can. Explanation: This is a classic song by a well-known artist, David Bowie. This is one of his most widely-liked songs ever. At 1:58, he says two lines: I’m stepping out the door. I’m floating … Continue reading Music Appreciation: Imagery: Space Oddity, by David Bowie
Dear Reader, I have recently finished reading a 487-paged, realistic fiction, dystopian book named Divergent by Veronica Roth. Veronica is now a world-wide known author for her amazing stories that she continues to write to this day. She got the idea for this series when she was in college and it was a hit. It … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #7: Divergent
I recently finished reading a 224 page book, Adrift by Paul Griffin. This thrilling adventure was published recently in the past year. I chose to pick up this book at the book fair this year because of it’s interesting name, cover, and how much the critics raved about it. Paul Griffin wen to college to … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #4: Adrift
Luke was on his way out. The ER is never a happy place, especially when you have to miss out on trick or treating. Arguably the most fun night of the year. On top of that, a broken arm just isn’t fun either. It all started a few weeks ago at my Halloween party. We … Continue reading Ballin’
I recently finished reading Don’t Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon, a 313 page fictional novel. Don’t Turn Around, being the first book in the series it really has to impress me. It did. The book was published in 2012. I have never read a book by this author before so it was a new path … Continue reading Harrison’s Letter Essay #3: Don’t Turn Around
I’m from the gray ranch house at the end of the dead-end with the basketball hoop and the swing set that the whole neighborhood used to hang out in. The kind where we would all bring our favorite snack and we would all eat them while talking about that type of games we liked to … Continue reading Harrison, Where Are You From?