All posts by Drew Schroeder

First Visit to a Legendary Ballpark: Fenway Park

My primary purpose in going to Boston, aside from wanting to take a trip to a historic city, was to see Fenway Park. I grew up playing and watching baseball and ever since I got a Boston Red Sox hat when I was young, I've been a Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox fan. Being ...

Visiting Harvard, MIT, and Boston U: Learning

I spent four days in Boston, my first time ever visiting the city. It was incredible. The history, the architecture, the patriotism, and the abundance of "wicked smaht" kids was fascinating and completely enthralling. I never wanted to leave. Seeing the Harvard Library for the first time was overwhelming for me because of the sheer ...

Getting Published?

Taking Chances, my first novel, may be getting published by a new publishing house! I sent the manuscript in just to see if the publishing house would be interested in publishing the book and they are. I saw a post for a new publisher looking for novels and clients and shot my shot. They told ...

ACL

Update on the injury front: partially torn ACL and PCL ligaments in my knee. Awesome. I'm going to be limited in my physical activity for quite a while. Luckily, a partial tear means I have most of the mobility of my knee but the ligament is weak so while I can't run, I can use ...

Writing Rampant / Marketing

I've actually been writing like crazy lately which isn't very typical of me. A lot of times, thinking about writing is easier than sitting down to do it so I find myself stuck in that rut sometimes. As of late, I've written completed two new chapters of Frigid Nights and have added to my outline of the ...

Knee Injuries

With every sport comes the risk of injury and unfortunately, I suffered one two days ago while at Judo. It started off fine like any other class where everyone was rolling and I was paired up with a black belt who's hard to turn. In my attempt to turn him, using a method that had ...

Baseball and the Comfort Zone

Well, the Cubs split with the Brewers this series, both having great offensive games. The first game, the Brewers scored 7 and had multiple home runs. The second game, the Cubs had multiple home runs and scored 8. Too bad the Brewers outscored us 11 to 8 in total. That hurt. But, we're still 3.0 ...

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