Congratulation to the Team Heat Class of 2019 on a wonderful year. Please enjoy this slideshow. You will be missed.
Head game-maker here... only 5 days left until the 1st annual Hunger Games. I have finished creating all the dossiers; there are a 199 total! Now I need to divide up the dossiers by district. Question: how do I divide up the dossiers so that non of the districts target their own tributes?
Head Game-Maker here. We have 6 days until the start of the 1st Annual Team Heat Hunger Games. I can't wait to see how the tributes handle the stress of not knowing who is targeting them. What strategies will the tributes employ? Will anyone form temporary alliances? Will there by any elimination disputes? I fear President Salamy will throw the book at anyone who causes trouble. I hope the Honorable Salamy enjoys the game this year, as she might just decide to make me disappear if she doesn't...
Ladies and Gentlemen introducing the BEST OF THE BEST!
At the end of the year we take a moment to post some of our best writing pieces from the past year. Some of the many genres represented are comedies, science fiction, thrillers, and action to name just a few.
Enjoy and please comment responsibly.
Class of 2018 by period
Class of 2017 by period
"The Adventures of Mega Areee" the makings of a trilogy
The "Adventures of Mega Areee" was a short narrative I wrote many years ago for a writing assignment I was given in 6th grade. I remember thinking to myself, wouldn't it be funny if a good hearted caveman went around rescuing people all the while wearing only Tighty Whities? Reading this now as an adult I still laugh at the protagonist's antics. I guess I still have the sense of humor of an 11 year old because I still find this character hilarious.
I have never published or posted this story before. In 1993 when it was originally written we had to print things out on an old DOT MATRIX printer and submit our stories by hand. There were no "cloud"s to save your work and if you didn't keep an extra physical copy your story would be lost for all of eternity. Fortunately, I still have my original hard copy with all of its grammatical errors in place; spell check hadn't been invented yet.
I want your stories to live on in the "cloud" so that you can revisit them when you are older too. I am sure you will find them hilarious to read as an adult.
After reading my story please tell me what you think. Do you find it funny, silly, sad, or stupid. Do you find yourself wanting to know more. Be honest.