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A story about a self-berating girl and a powerful psychological tool that just might change everything.
Posted June 11, 2014
Compelling blend of Coming of Age and Paranormal
EXTERNALIZE, by Joshua Scribner runs about 11 pages, and tells the story of a young girl (Veronica) whose freshman year in high school is excruciating, partly because she feels like a misfit and mostly because of her self criticism. What begins as the school counselor's excellent advice about how to make a significant change in Veronica's Self-Talk, to externalize her anger and fury and angst, becomes a compelling illustration of "what if."
Readers-- be prepared for a twist of paranormal, an ending that foreshadows consequences to come, and explanations that make a great deal of sense.
I'm surprised by "spewdom"....a fake, phonetic word...when I believe Mr. Scribner meant sputum?
Language-- mild profanity
Posted March 15, 2014
Posted March 4, 2014