Hi everyone, thanks so much for checking out my website. Today I’ve got another story I want to share with all of you.

This one is about how not giving up no matter what (staying in the game) makes a huge difference and allows you to eventually experience great happiness. I hope you like it!

The Winner by Daniel Johnston

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Hi everyone, I’m super excited to share a new story with all of you today. It’s yet another one about life, which I think will probably continue for a while. It’s my favorite subject these days!

This one is about sticking through rough experiences and coming through them stronger, and it emphasizes feeling good about where you’ve come from. I hope you like it!

Life’s Secret Weapon by Daniel Johnston

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Everest by Gordon Korman Review

May 14, 2014
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Gordon Korman has written so many good books that it’s always been hard for me to decide which one is my favorite. Sometimes I’d think it was Swindle, sometimes MacDonald Hall, and other times Everest. Korman did three action trilogies (each book is about 150 pages, so they’re quick reads): Island, Dive, and Everest. In Island, a group of kids […]

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The Look of Life by Daniel Johnston (New Short Story!)

May 8, 2014

Hi everyone, I’ve been doing a lot of writing lately, and I’m super excited to share with you one of my new stories! I got the inspiration to write this story when I was having a tough couple of hours. I’ve been super happy lately so it made me think about how other people might […]

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The Last Shot by John Feinstein Review

May 5, 2014
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Everyone loves mysteries. Everyone loves sports books. What about a book that combines both? The Last Shot is the first in a series of sports thrillers written by John Feinstein. His writing is awesome and the books are entertaining and instructive about sports while also providing a lot of suspense and action. Summary At the beginning […]

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Millicent Min, Girl Genius by Lisa Yee Review

May 1, 2014
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After the school year of seventh grade ended, there was only one school thing left for me to do: Summer reading. You’d think this would be easy for me, of course. After all, I’m a great reader! The books on the list didn’t excite me, however. They all looked like some kind of weird romance […]

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I’m Stronger by Daniel Johnston

April 29, 2014
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Hi everyone, thank you so much for checking out my website. I’ve been doing a lot of writing lately, and today I’ve got a new short story to share with you. First, I wanted to announce that I’m working on a short story collection that will be released sometime during the summer. Many of my […]

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Cahills vs Vespers Book 6: Day of Doom by David Baldacci

April 28, 2014
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Here it is. The end. One way or another. Amy and Dan have been fighting against the evil Vespers for some time, but it wasn’t until the end of the last book that they realized the truth: Vesper One is trying to create a doomsday device to destroy the world. For those of you who don’t […]

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Writing Process Blog Tour

April 22, 2014
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Thanks so much to Erik from This Kid Reviews Books for tagging me for this writing process blog tour. It’s been going around the internet for a while and it looks impossible to know where it started, and I’m glad it came to me! Below are my answers to the four questions and then I […]

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Cahills vs Vespers Book 5: Trust No One by Linda Sue Park Review

April 21, 2014
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In Trust No One by Linda Sue Park, we reach the fifth book of the explosive Cahills vs Vespers series. There are only six books, so.the action is coming to a head. Whereas in previous books Amy and Dan were willing to sit by and wait, things are heating up now as the Vespers are getting closer to […]

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