Learn More about Author Seth Keomanivane

A film that brings tears to your eyes . . . 
The Last Samurai

 
Describe your first kiss.

I was in the 6th grade and I had this girlfriend similar to my height with long brunette hair. The both of us are sitting next to another couple and that couple told us to kiss so we ventured towards each other and it was just a little peck on the lips.

 

Your favorite children’s book, and why . . .

Captain Underpants because it was comical that this hero had underwear above things that underwear should not be.
 
A cause that’s closest to your heart, and why . . .
Helping others when they feel that nobody can. Especially my family.
 
If you could be a character in any novel, who would you be and why?
I would choose to be Seth Keomanivane in my own novel because I feel as if I’m trying to be someone else. I have not really shown you who I truly was.
 
Explain the worst job that you’ve held. 

There has not been one job I had not liked. Just for the fact that I was making money to support myself. Thus any job I had actually made me happy rather than complaining about a job I had no interest in.
 
A quote that motivates you . . .  
“Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one” – Bruce Lee.

He is an inspirational speaker and full of wisdom.
 
Three Wishes . . .
Wish for a map that could find anything ever lost.

Wish for the power to touch any comic book magazine and get that superhero’s power.

Wish for a phone that could talk to people from the past, present, and the future.

I have had plenty of time to figure these things out!

 

The title of that one song you would take with you on that deserted island. . .

Who Let the Dogs Out

 

Favorite game you played as a child . . .

Bike Soccer
 
 
What would you like readers to take away from your writing?
To see my creativity and the ideas I have as a person. I want them to relate to the picture I’m trying to portray into their minds.

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Awaited Return of the First Morning

It is January 13th, 2014, and it is Seth Keomanivane’s first day back at McKendree. He will be returning to serve his first second term ever at McKendree University. In his return to McKendree, the weather had changed the tone of this eventful day with its gloomy demeanor and its drizzle of tears that poured down on him as he made his way to classes. Not only did this rain provide a barrier to his being, but on his way to his first class, he remembered he had forgotten to eat a replenishing breakfast. Therefore, with such a start to his day, Seth was able to overcome the depressing climate and the lack of nourishment.
    

       Awaiting for this day to arrive, Seth was joyous because he wanted to see his friends and discuss how his winter break went. But this exciting and joyful part of him was not present the day of January 13th. The life was drained right out of Seth, and his happiness slowly dissipated. The cause of this was the depressing weather. The ground lay cold, hard and wet, and even the grey-white sky induced a sort of separation from the rest of the world. Seth, taking in all these emotions and distractions slowly foot by foot, splash after splash, made it past the Aims Cafeteria.

            Following along this journey to overcome the atrocities were his sense of smell. In each step past Aims in his dampened shoes, he could smell the aroma of food. For Seth’s first sensory senses were the smells of a sautéed sausage in grease, combined with an over-easy egg with the p { margin-bottom: 0.1in; direction: ltr; line-height: 120%; text-align: left; widows: 2; orphans: 2; yolk pouring thick. Enough flowing for a rush of his taste buds within his mouth, he could not stop for he knew that being punctual on the first day of school was appropriate . But the taunts would never stop there for he could see within the clear cut glassed windows the long buffet line of breakfast goods. Yellow eggs, brown sausages, triangular breakfast pizza and, yes, hash browns down to the crisps.
            Coming up past Aims Cafeteria was a long winding sidewalk that headed right to a massive two- story brick building called Clark and adjacent to the right was 1828, another cafeteria. Making his way to the stairs, Seth tripped on a crack rising up from the sidewalk just adding to his frustrations of the morning. Now making his way to the door, Seth opened it with no struggle. Venturing his way upstairs, he looked to his right to an empty classroom with the lights off. While to his left were a medium-sized class of students just staring at him as if he felt they were judging him. Already affected by the bad climates, Seth felt a sense of discouragement. However, in front of his face was room 203, and after a glance at the schedule for reassurance, he knew had the correct room. In room 203 there was a long table extending from one wall to the other. Similar to a conference room for prestigious businesses. Sitting around the table were his new classmates, but it was as silent as space itself. The one female in the classroom sat with her head in her phone and her legs cramped together from feeling uncomfortably close to all the other students in the room. Angered by this, Seth was now in a mood not acceptable for a first day at school. The class dragged on about the syllabus which made for a long and boring hour for Seth.
            In short, everyone will have a day such as this. There will be times one may forget a meal or items such as waterproof shoes. For Seth, this was a learning curve and a lesson that life will knock one down, but it is the mentality one uses to cope. His day was intended for excitement to see friends and in detail, describe his crazy stories of break. Instead, Seth believed plans never go as expected, and he wanted to make that clear to his peers. However according to Seth, “Tomorrow’s another day, and there will be more first days to come.”
By Seth Keomanivane
I am an understanding and outgoing individual who enjoys leaving an impression with everyone I meet.