Month: May 2015

Take the Reins

Sey, quite simply, is remarkable. If you’re looking for a more passionate, dedicated, and loving individual, you’ve found your girl right here.

A Journey

It’s been a while since I last posted and for that I apologize. Through witnessing and experiencing a lot has been on my mind to share, and as summer approaches these thoughts will all be released.

I am a college student and the semester is ending. I used to believe I had no more room left for any growth just about a year ago, however between summer and this entire school year –> I’ve been taught that I grow everyday.

This post will be more personal. My goal for this post it to be a reflection of where I have come from and hopefully causes you all to think about your personal growth as well. I would like to thank every individual who (whether they know it or not) helped me learn these lessons. I believe individuals come and go, but every individual crosses your pathway in life for a reason.

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Sneak Peak from “Kings, Hands, and City-States: Analyzing a World of Ice and Fire”

Although it does not particularly pertain to education, I find this analysis of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire to be exactly what I seek for my students to accomplish: effective analysis and cohesive arguments regarding text. It might be fictional, but George R. R. Martin’s “magnum opus” has many real-world implications worthy of examining!

Race for the Iron Throne


If you follow Race for the Iron Throne, you know that I’m in the process of getting ready for publication of a book of my Tower of the Hand essays, which will come with some pretty awesome book-only extras. We’re getting pretty close to being able to announce the launch date and other amazing stuff, but I wanted to share an excerpt from one of my new, never-seen-before essays:

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