W A R N I N G ! ! ! If you have not read Lynette Noni's 'The Medoran Chronicles', and therefore would not like to receive any SPOILERS, then please stop where you are! This is a very detailed book review of my emotional rollercoaster through reading the fourth and most recent book, Graevale, and I only want you to read it if you've shared my experiences! However, if you don't mind a bit of heartfelt ranting, feel free to continue. 🙂
Everyone told me that year 10 was going to be pretty much exactly the same as year 9 was. I felt prepared - year 9 was pretty easy, I got through my work and the assignments weren't incapable of completing. Easy, right? NO. No-one told me that we'd have to do work experience.
Okay, so everyone knows that when you're a teenager, literally everything is confusing. Friends, family, school - but especially boys. To put that into deeper context, they are probably the most confusing mammal to walk the planet. I'm sorry if you are a boy and you are reading this, but it's true. Believe me, I have proof...
If you've ever started at a new school and had to go through one of the hardest teenage struggles - making friends - come and join the club.
I am very sorry if it seems like the Teenage Writer grew up and took off without giving it a second thought. I'm here to let you know that I am still here, and still thinking.
Cracks in the Pavement - a short story about a young lady named Rose Ailer and how she met her Prince Charming.
I know the title of this makes it look like I'm about to give you all a lecture about being optimistic, but I promise I'm not! It's just another short story I thought you might like to read. Enjoy 🙂