Princess Diana believes that her 16th birthday will be one of new beginnings–namely acceptance into the warrior tribe of Amazons. The celebrations are cut short, however, when rafts of refugees break through the Themysciran barrier. Diana tries to help them, but she is swept away by the sea–and from her home–thus becoming a refugee herself.
Now Diana must survive in the world outside of Themyscira for the first time; the world that is filled with danger and injustice. She must redefine what it means to belong, to be an Amazon, and to make a difference.
Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed is a story about growing into your strength, battling for justice, and the power of friendship.
On Friday, I took another trip to Washington, DC, with my friend and fellow Round Robin writer, Magdalyn Ann. Our day started at 7am, when we both got ready at Maggie’s house. I slept on her couch and came to a stunning realization: I don’t sleep well on couches. It’s not just her couch. It’sContinue reading “Another Day in The Capitol”
I’ve got a lot going on this week. Outside of homework, I’ve actually been able to write significant portions of my own work, I had a cookie party with my sister (which I’m sure you watched on my twitter and tumblr accounts), this Friday I’m going to Washington, DC, and this Saturday (hopefully) I’m goingContinue reading “This Week in Life”
On April 17th I went down to Washington, DC. I haven’t been there since I was in middle school so it was quite an experience. Here are some of the photos I took for Photojournalism.