Welcome to my new blog! I can’t wait to share all of my insights and reviews to the variety of books I will be reading this summer and throughout the year. I hope you enjoy all the reviews and please feel free to comment if you share my thoughts or if you have a different take on any of the books I review! Also, please feel free to take a look at some of my writing as well, but I do ask that if you don’t have anything nice to say about it, don’t say anything at all. I hope you have fun reading my blog and everything else! -The Reading Teacher @ 3591.


Preface A blink. Just one. A single blink is all it takes, to take everything away from you. To destroy any life that is connected to another. One blink, and you miss everything God gave you. One blink, and everything changes. One blink. Just one. A blink. Nolensville, Tennessee Walking inside, I look at myContinue reading “Untitled”

One Year

Screeching, sirens, crying. What happened? All I remember was that I was in the passenger seat and Gavin was driving. We were at the same stoplight as my brother was when he got in the crash with Ben and Sam, and then I don’t remember. “I’ll be right behind you, Kerri! I promise!” Damon. WhereContinue reading “One Year”


“Where are you going? You can’t just leave! Carson, get back here and talk to me!” I could hear him yelling even louder as I ran down the street, but I didn’t stop. I have to get away; I can’t stay here any longer. My phone started vibrating in my coat pocket. I knew whoContinue reading “Fate”

My American Flag

PrefaceTwo more weeks. I read the letter over and over again, soaking up the words that he wrote. “Hey Pumpkin! Can’t wait to see you! I love and miss you so much! I’m sorry I missed your birthday, but I’ll be home soon, I promise! I’ll be home in two weeks, and we’ll do whateverContinue reading “My American Flag”

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Fairytale Reading Challenge 2021

January: Alice in WonderlandFebruary: Beauty and the BeastMarch: Peter PanApril: RumpelstiltskinMay: The Twelve Dancing PrincessesJune: Sleeping BeautyJuly: The Little MermaidAugust: Robin HoodSeptember: Red Riding HoodOctober: AladdinNovember: The Frog PrinceDecember: The Snow Queen

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