Dancing Shadows

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is an autobiographical work. It basically reveals my whole self, whom a lot of the people in my life only see in bits and pieces or not at all. All names and places have been changed, but the situations and ideas of people are real.

The story is the tale of my navigation through the ninth grade, and the special but distant people I meet. I confuse myself and it seems middle school drama doesn't end with the eight grade. I struggle to accept myself, learn to branch out and allow myself to be accepted by others, and embark on a journey whose ending is largely unknown. :)

Any comments are appreciated. This is definitly a work in progress, I've never dappled into nonfiction before, and this book is largely for my own emotional benefit. So feel free to give your thoughts. :)

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Dancing Shadows

Submitted: January 14, 2008

This is an autobiographical work. It basically reveals my whole self, whom a lot of the people in my life only see in bits and pieces or not at all. All names and places have been changed, but the situations and ideas of people are real.

The story is the tale of my navigation through the ninth grade, and the special but distant people I meet. I confuse myself and it seems middle school drama doesn't end with the eight grade. I struggle to accept myself, learn to branch out and allow myself to be accepted by others, and embark on a journey whose ending is largely unknown. :)

Any comments are appreciated. This is definitly a work in progress, I've never dappled into nonfiction before, and this book is largely for my own emotional benefit. So feel free to give your thoughts. :) Read Chapter

Chapter Two

Submitted: January 15, 2008

Chapter Two My hands gripped firmly on the toilet paper dispenser, I rested my head heavily between my knees as I fought the bile ris... Read Chapter

Chapter Three

Submitted: January 16, 2008

Chapter Three The summer after that last day of eighth grade is a blur of television, confusion, loneliness, and an ever-growing unfa... Read Chapter

Chapter Four

Submitted: January 19, 2008

Chapter Four The only release I had from the monotonous and pointless routine of summer was 4-H leadership camp in August. I felt a t... Read Chapter

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