For my sample chapter I'm composing in my Writing Serious Nonfiction class, I am going to focus on the effect of relocation on Military Brats. We were instructed to find 5 academic sources which we can utilize to enhance our chapter. These are the 5 sources I found: Military Children Face Greater Academic Challenges Due … Continue reading Sources for my SNF Book
This is going to be a shorter blog post than usual because I have been struggling with my anxiety the past couple of days and am only just pushing myself to write something. I will do as much as I can for you dedicated readers. My professor asked us this week to think about the … Continue reading Military Brats in a Civilian World
This post is a follow-up to my post The Adventures of Writing Nonfiction (https://osyoungheart.wordpress.com/2016/02/01/the-adventures-of-writing-non-fiction/). If you have yet to read it, I’d advise you do so first. As I mentioned in my last post, I am taking on the challenge of writing nonfiction for my class, and we are going to be working on serious … Continue reading Audience? Audience? Audience?
Dear readers: Because this is my blog and I will write about what I'd like to, some of my posts will touch on sensitive topics or will not be suitable for a younger audience. For the sake of courtesy, those posts that I feel may be fragile, I will preface with a warning. So, if … Continue reading I’ve Read Fifty Shades and I’m NOT Ashamed of It
Hi. I know it's been awhile since I last posted, but I am trying really desperately to get back into the swing of thing. You're going to have to bear with me a little bit though. I want to explain to you why I have been gone from the blogosphere for so long. My last … Continue reading Living With Depression
Throughout all of my schooling, I have only ever taken online classes once before. This previous experience with online classes was really terrible. Because I was in high school at the time, the online class was not formatted like a regular online class. I did not have the luxury of working ahead if I finished … Continue reading Effort Really Does Count
All throughout high school I was continually asked what I wanted to do with my life, and what I was going to major in once I got to college. Initially, I had a general idea. Now that I am here and have had a little time to let it sink in, I will admit a secret … Continue reading Why I Am Considering Transferring to a Community College