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By LK Gardner-Griffie on March 22, 2013
When Cassie Kendall was first mentioned in a conversation between Tom and Katie during Nowhere Feels Like Home, I knew she was annoying and shallow … I didn’t know she was in the running for the Regina George award for meanness.
Posted in 7-Diary Of A Misfit, Bullying | Tagged Brandon McInerney, bullies, bully, bullying, Cassie Kendall, cyber bully. Nowhere Feels Like Home, Diary of a Misfit, Katie McCabe, Lawrence King, LK Gardner-Griffie, Mean Girl, Shaka Franklin Foundation for Youth | Leave a response
By LK Gardner-Griffie on March 19, 2013
Lost in the Hills is the first published excerpt from Katie’s diary. From the Journal of Katie McCabe was added to the beginning of Nowhere Feels Like Home as an excerpt from Katie’s diary to help bring any new readers who hadn’t read Misfit McCabe up to speed.
Posted in 7-Diary Of A Misfit, Bullying | Tagged abduction, diary, Diary of a Misfit, drowning, Katie McCabe, LK Gardner-Griffie, Lost in the Hills, Misfit McCabe, Nowhere Feels Like Home, Shaka Franklin Foundation for Youth | Leave a response
By LK Gardner-Griffie on June 4, 2012
Facebook remains in the news this week, only this time the feature story wasn’t the IPO debacle. Instead while at a mall a Florida mother, Debbie Piscitella, was arrested after choking a fourteen-year-old boy who had allegedly been terrorizing her daughter on Facebook.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 3, 2011
When someone uses their celebrity to help address one of my pet issues, it makes me feel good. That they use their pull and tap into their fanbase to raise awareness about the issue, such as bullying, it gives me hope that something positive will come out of it.
Posted in Bullying | Tagged anti-bullying, Berkman, Born This Way, Born This Way Foundation, bully, bullying, Jamey Rodemeyer, Lady Gaga, LK Gardner-Griffie, MacArthur Foundation, The California Endowment | Leave a response
By LK Gardner-Griffie on October 2, 2011
Bullying is a hot topic these days. As a nation, we’re grappling with how best to stop bullying and yet more cases are jumping into the public eye. Recently the case of Jamey Rodemeyer has been making headlines, because bullying drove this fourteen-year-old boy to take his own life.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on September 13, 2011
When I saw the article title at first I thought I had misread it. I looked again. Nope. It said what I read the first time. Lawyer wants to ban Pledge of Allegiance in schools; claims it’s bullying.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on August 6, 2011
One of my goals is to share real world experiences along with thoughts and articles about the issues which crop up in my writing. And to do that, my plan was to contact people and ask them to share some of their experiences…
By LK Gardner-Griffie on July 28, 2011
The Children’s Court president judge said the only option for the offences committed was a year of detention. I’m a little underwhelmed by the decision, if in fact detention is the same thing in Australia as it is here. Here’s the thing… a 16-year-old boy decided to “impersonate” a bully…
By LK Gardner-Griffie on July 27, 2011
I’m very excited… for two reasons. First, my friend and fellow author, Denise Grover Swank, has released her debut novel, Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes — (whispers go ahead, click the link and buy copy… I know you want to. I’ll wait right here for you to get back…)
Posted in Bullying | Tagged bucket list, bullying, Denise Grover Swank, humorous mystery, humorous romance, LK Gardner-Griffie, mystery, paranormal mystery, romance, romantic suspense, Rose Gardner, southern mystery, Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes | 5 Responses
By LK Gardner-Griffie on July 11, 2011
My post When 0.27 Percent Isn’t That Small made it into the internet newspaper Beyond Bullies for July 11, 2011 and one of the other articles caught my eye: Teaching Children Tolerance on Reality Check by Dr. Michele Borba.