Emma Holland, senior, has had a passion for writing ever since she was a little girl. Her favorite pastime was reading, so she wanted to write stories that would make others fall in love with books the way she did. Emma loves writing because she enjoys creating worlds as well as hidden meanings in each of her pieces. She is often inspired by her experiences with life around her— anything that connects to her deeply. She relies on the support of her loved ones in everything she does. She aspires to inspire other young readers and writers to put pen to paper and compose a story of their own. Emma’s favorite book series is Harry Potter.
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13 Reasons Why. I’m sure you’ve heard this name before, considering its crazed success on Netflix. The show received both positive and negative feedback and was renewed for a second season and soon after that, a third.
The show centers around the impact of a girl’s suicide and the thirteen tapes she sends to the people who indirectly caused her death. It was originally a book by Jay Asher before being picked up by Netflix in 2015. […]
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*This short story dives into the mind of an individual who struggles with Schizophrenia, a mental disorder that affects one’s ability to think, feel, and behave. They often feel disconnected from reality, corrupted by hallucinations, thought and movement disorders, as well as a loss of emotion and motivation. This piece has strong descriptive language that could trigger some readers. Proceed with caution. […]
It is, in most cases, a treatable condition, just like a physical illness. Psychologists and researchers of the human brain are conducting extensive analysis through various behavioral and physical examinations to help treat those diagnosed. Mental illness can affect one’s ability to fully function throughout their daily life. […]