Letter Essay #6- Under Rose-Tainted Skies Recently I finished a 326-page realistic fiction book called Under Rose-Tainted Skies. It is written by Louise Gornall, a new author writing to spread awareness of mental health issues and illnesses. I read this book because of the fact that it looked interesting, and it was on the … Continue reading Maya’s Letter Essay: Under Rose-Tainted Skies
Helpless As we drove up the hill, I sipped some of my of my triple berry smoothie, the cup still cold in my hand. We had just gone to Columbo’s, a smoothie place up at the top of the mountain on St. John. My parents discovered it the first time they came to St. … Continue reading Maya’s Memoir
Before Christmas Every Christmas, my family and I go to Ohio to see my Mom’s side of the family. The night before Christmas Eve, we all pile into the car with our luggage and all of the presents wrapped up and waiting to be opened. As night falls, we leave Connecticut and head into New … Continue reading FFFW#5: Maya
Recently, I finished reading Tone Deaf, a 276 page realistic fiction book, written by Olivia Rivers. Olivia Rivers is an author of YA fiction, yet also a college student attending school in Northern California. Along with Tone Deaf, she’s written two other fantasy books: Frost Fire and Counting Shadows. I decided to read Tone Deaf … Continue reading Maya’s Letter Essay #3: Tone Deaf
Maya Conscientious, hard-working, outgoing, trustworthy Daughter of Ann and Don, sister of Jack and Chloe Lover of life, non-stop laughter, and all of the fun activities that come along with the changing of the seasons, each exciting in a different way Who feels thankful for the continuous love from her family, the perpetual support of … Continue reading Bio-Poem: Maya G.