Author Isobel Scott has been writing stories since she was just a child, first creating tales and pictures at the kitchen table with her Magic Markers. Through elementary school, junior high, high school, and beyond, Scott wrote and continues to write. In Confessions of a Bibliophile, she offers a collection of short stories and poetry that she penned during her high school years.
From the nonsensical to the deep thinking, Scott shares thoughts and ideas written during a time in her life that, for many teenagers, presents an array of challenges both in school and in life. Through poetry and stories, she expresses the range of feelings one experiences during adolescence, the pinnacle of emotions in many people’s lives.
From the concrete to the abstract, Confessions of a Bibliophile takes a swing at the raw emotions felt by a teenager trying to write her way through high school.