When words become forbidden due to their negativity, it’s up to campers Daniel and Wendy to bring back the fun by using the camp’s rules against the counselors.
Targeted Age Group:: Young Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Originally, this story started out on my blog. It was intended to be only two or three posts long, but it quickly got out of hand, and here we are now. It’s gone from a runaway story on a blog to a completed book. And that’s it. My first book is out in the world! Hurray, hurrah, hurray!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters in this book were inspired by several other works of art: The campers and camp were inspired by those in the book 'Holes' and the movie 'Addams Family Values' while the counselors were inspired by the movies 'Get Out' and 'The Stepford Wives'.
We turned to see the art counselor watching us from the doorway of the barn.
“You can call me, Teacher. Off to your seats, please. There are a few empty stools left. Tardiness is very rude, as is talking when there are things to be done,” with that said, he waved at us to enter the barn.
“Enough,” Teacher said with a frown. “Talking is prohibited until your work is done. Is that understood, children?”
“Yes, Sir,” I said quickly. At the same moment, I felt Wendy’s elbow in my ribs. She had tried to warn me, but sadly it had come too late. A few others spoke up too. We were all awarded with a shake of Teacher’s head.
“A pity.” As he spoke, Teacher clasped his arms behind his back. “That. Is strike one. You would be wise to avoid another. Now, to your seats. There is work to be done.”
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