Author: Dylan J. Morgan Published: February 2016 Category: Sci-Fi/Dystopian My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Review: October Rain is the second book I’ve read by Dylan Morgan, and I found it to be as captivating as the first. I shall be rushing out to purchase his entire catalogue shortly. Steele is an assassin… Continue reading #BookReview October Rain by @DylanJMorgan #SciFi #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT
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On the 12th December 2010 my cousin, Lee Johnson, went to sleep and never woke up. Me with my cousin, Lee Johnson Lee died from SUDEP (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy) at the age of 24. He was an incredible young man who lived his short life to the full. As a child, he played… Continue reading Our Loved Ones are Smiling Down On Us #WeekendBlogHop
‘Footprints in the Snow’ by Maggie Holman My Rating: 4 out of 5 Footprints in the Snow is a heart warming children’s story that will appeal to young and old alike. Jamie lost his father and had been slowly coming to terms with his grief. His mother drops him off at a remote location to… Continue reading #BookReview Footprints in the Snow by Maggie Holman #childrensfiction
It can be quite hard to find the right destination for a family fun day when you have three teenagers. Gone are the days of the wacky warehouse (thank goodness!), and the £1 showing at the cinema - they only show U films now. So how did I entice my children to join me on… Continue reading For a magical day out head to the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Tour #MondayBlogs
The Sickness by Dylan J.Morgan My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I received an ARC of The Sickness in exchange for an honest review via Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT An unmarked grave, a ring of salt, and four black candles are my favourite type of opening hook. As a fan of horror, and… Continue reading #BookReview The Sickness by Dylan J.Morgan #RBRT #Horror #TuesdayBookBlog
I had to share this winning story by 8th Grade Student, Krystal Mcllree, from Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Port Washington.
Sara visited this school and set the students a flash fiction challenge. Krystal’s winning entry is brilliant.
Fall Flash Fiction Contest Winner story #1! Congratulations, Krystal Mcllree (8th grader at Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Port Washington, WI)!
Show No Fear
By: Krystal McIlree
The wind on October 31 was brisk and chilly. It was Halloween after all. Everything was supposed to be dark and chilly. On this day, the wind decided to abruptly open my window. This would probably scare almost anyone, but not me. I was definitely not an easily scared person. I always get bored during horror movies, and whenever someone jumped out at me I punched them for the fun of it. Hey, don’t judge, it’s a good excuse to punch someone. I put down my paintbrush and walked over to close it. It was really hard to close, so I had to slam it and lock it.
“Maggie! What was that?!” My mom yelled from downstairs…
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