As a shout out to the many English enthusiasts who support Fremd’s marvelous academic teams here is a review and promotional article for the Scholastic Bowl Team. After a brief synopsis of the rules and regulations of the sport, I aim to garner some more recruits for the spring of next year with a review of my own experiences. You can join anytime, just drop by on a Tuesday or Thursday, it’s a friendly group.
Scholastic Bowl is a trivia game…Continue
A Study in Scarlet is the first novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle about his detective Sherlock Holmes. Told from the point of view of Watson, it starts with the introduction of Watson, his past and how he meets Holmes. The famous pair is brought together only because of a shared need for a roommate to split rent with. Holmes reveals practically nothing about himself until Watson accompanies him on a case. Watson is the one who asks Sherlock to voice his deductions out…Continue
Over the summer I read Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. I did not enjoy them as much as I had wanted. They were slow reads, and I just couldn’t get into them. But, I will try to put them in a good light, and hopefully you will appreciate the books more than me.