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Paul Swearingen is a retired English/journalism/Spanish teacher who managed to survive 34+ years in public, private, and government schools. He also was a radio newsman and disk jockey, a newspaper editor and photographer, a personnel manager for a large retail store (now defunct), and a long-time publisher of the National Radio Club's magazine, "DX News". He lives in Topeka, Kansas, where his main current duty is to keep his garden under close control.
on July 13, 2012 :
This is my favorite book so far. More mystery, more action, a little romance. Also saw a peek of the Author, that was nice. Little clever comedy throughout. I caught myself LOLing several times.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on July 03, 2011 :
A truly excellent read. I can honestly say I could not put this down. The commitment and determination Cherie shows as editor of her yearbook is authentic. This story gave me many chuckles as it was very true replication of the everyday ins and outs of the yearbook room, including all of the drama--as a yearbook advisor, I can attest to it. If I were to write a book about my experiences, this would be it--but I've been beaten to it!
High School Yearbook-The Drama is a great read for current or former yearbook staffers and advisors, or anyone who went to high school! True to its name, there is plenty of drama, twists, and turns throughout. With all that drama, you have to wonder...how can Cherie possibly finish the yearbook on time?
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on Feb. 11, 2011 :
Another gem in the High School series! As in the previous 2 books, the author brings to life more characters and more drama from Niotaka High School. I loved the strength and commitment of Cherie, and the usual twists and surprises we have come to expect from Swearingen's stories. Next, please!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)