The book I am currently reading is "Me Talk Pretty One Day" by David Sedaris. This book is interesting to me because it is styled differently than most books I read. The short stories/essays are not long, being only around 10-15 pages each. I like this style more than reading a lengthy novel and I think it is very important to try different styles of books to see which one is more natural for you. In school, we are usually either required to read lengthy books or short articles/poems. This book is a perfect medium.
Mark Twain wrote dozens of short stories that were all published in a collection. They highlight many topics including: murder mysteries, humorous stories, and metaphoric stories. This audio will give a description and personal opinion of the book along with a passage of my selection.
I would never agree. You know that. “You never mentioned it?”, you asked. Never.
Why would I?
Our 43 days together, would mark an unaccomplished friendship. If grandma knew that her favorite grandson was the reason I left. She would disown him. Literally. Conversations only got more awkward. So I wasted time burying myself between sand particles and watched the sea waters attempt to drag me inside.
I have just finished reading the book Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul. It is basically a series of short stroies written by, or inspired by teenagers. The topics range from relationships to sadness, and they are all very realistic and relatable.