Amber Stadterman has been invited to play her violin at her grandma's Christmas program during the pastor's five-minute sermon. The problem is, the pastor can't tell time.
Bonnie Kate is a high schooler who sometimes wonders what it would be like if everyone was born with PhD's instead of getting them the hard way. She spends her days doing school, doing school, and doing school, and is interested in pursuing a career in anthropology/archaeology.
Really quick thing:
Yes, there's punctuation and verb-tense errors. I'm sorry. I finished my final copy at 2:00am on Friday (when I was supposed to turn it in), and didn't re-read it until after I published it on Bookemon. I was sick and tired of working on it for two months, so I'm not planning on changing anything. That's about it.
The only thing true in this story is the fact that I really did play my violin during my grandma's church's Christmas program. The pastor said he would tell the Christmas story for five minutes, which ended up being two hours. And yes, I did play "Silent Night" for two hours straight. Other than that, I didn't do any of these things that are in the book. I didn't catch on fire. I didn't wear an unflattering robe. I didn't wear three-inch heels. Sorry.