Even though this story (that I wrote) is directed at a younger audience; I’ll be the first one to admit I do love a good kids book every once-in-a-while!
The Name of this Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch My rating for this book: 3 stars out of 5 I love how the author approachs this book with humour right from the start. Along with witty side notes and mid sentence interruptions, readers will develop a love-hate...
Open roads and new friends. This summer I have dived headfirst into new and scary things, and as I look back I don’t regret one of them!
Falling in love can be really scary, but once you fall… You feel like nothing can stop you.
The flickering golden face watched Luce, She wanted to continue focus more. Luce wasn’t ready, Her body dropped in confusion. She didn’t understand. Still emerging, She recognized the golden sea, Devoured by her song.
This was a picture I took on my way home from camp. I made some new friends and a lot of good memories there.
Have you ever felt like the person you love was worlds away, and that no matter how hard you try they never seem to become any closer?
I had so much fun looking through the books at the public library. I carried the large stack with me to a desk at the back I started to see a theme. After playing around with the titles I made this poem that to me describes adventure, friendship...
I felt like the gray scale was appropriate for this picture, because this was a place where I used to go and spend time. After I moved I didn’t come here as often; but I am very fond of the memories that still make me smile to this...
This is a “print” made from a piece of linoleum that I carved out. I love the how the ink stuck to one spot more than the others, it makes me think that there is a storm going on in the background.