A Mirror in Time
When Carly Jean Simms, also called CJ, and the hunky Josh Jamison get lead roles in the school play at Broken Branch High School, they never dream where it will land them. But Mrs. Mac, the drama teacher, warned them about playing with her "special" mirror. Now it's sent them back to the time of their play and they have to use all their drama training to survive the travails of the Civil War!
"There's something about that mirror that just fascinates me. You know there was an old superstition about it."
CJ crossed her arms. "What superstition? That mirror freaks me out."
The teacher laughed. "You'll really freak when I tell you the superstition. According to the man who sold it to me at a little antique shop in Birmingham, it's a theatrical mirror. On opening night, certain persons who look into it are found worthy by the magic and given the gift of true acting. They perform their part like it has never been performed before. Standing ovations, awards, fame and fortune abound."
"I told you," Josh murmured to CJ. "But, magic? Come on, Mrs. Mac."
She nodded, insisting. "Scout's honor. The actors will be able to portray their parts as never has been played before." Then she sighed. "I'm still waiting for my gift. Maybe you have to kiss yourself in it or something."
CJ and Josh exchanged glances.
Mrs. Mac caught their gazes and raised an eyebrow. "Don't even think about it Jamison."
Today my very first printed book came. I anxiously unwrapped it, held it up to the light, and promptly fell in love. Then I cried, then I carried it around, clasped to my chest. Now I am posting everywhere about it.
If you want to get your very own copy you can do so here :
I hope you love it as much as I do!
Congratulations on the print release Kim.
oh it sounds great Kim i already told Jo about it and congratulations on it going in to print :huepfen017: