I finished the book Jackpot, by Gordon Korman. This is a book that from the outside looks like a child’s book with a simple and cheap story line, but actually had a much deeper meaning of keeping friendships, and taking sacrifices for those who care about you. The author, Gordon Korman is a Canadian born … Continue reading Liam’s Letter Essay #5: Jackpot
I remember the sun. The big orange dot in the sky was beating down on me and my brother while we headed to the beach soccer area. It was 3:00, which according to the board in the middle of the resort, meant that there was a beach soccer game at the designated area. If anyone … Continue reading Beaten Badly On The Beach
I recently finished “Pinch Hit” by Tim Green. In this baseball novel, two identical twins who were separated at birth meet each other for the first time. As babies, Sam and Trevor were put up for adoption. And let’s just say they were adopted into two very different families. But just like most twins or … Continue reading Liam’s Letter Essay #3:Pinch Hit
I’m from stressfully long nights, screaming at the television along with my two brothers, praying that my favorite teams, including the Devils, Dolphins, and Mets, can scratch another win up on the board, and being in a bad mood when they don’t. I’m from modeling after my brother, Gavin, and studying hard to … Continue reading Liam, Where Are You From?