Book one in the Weekday Series: Wednesday
Grace Ann Reynolds
It all started one beautiful fall day when Will and Elizabeth were drinking their morning coffee and enjoying the warm September morning outside on their front porch. They were leisurely reading the morning paper, unaware of how their lives would change from that moment when the postman walked up the driveway, bringing the mail right to their waiting hands. They greeted him warmly, exchanged tight but polite conversation, and waved goodbye before Elizabeth looked at the mail.
There, clutched between her small fingers, was the letter. She gave a shriek and dropped the envelope. They both stared at it in an awkward silence for a long while. This was the letter they had been dreading since the day they adopted their child, and the promise had been made. Will looked at Elizabeth. Elizabeth looked at Will. They both looked down at the letter. With trembling fingers, Elizabeth picked up the envelope and broke the seal. The letter fluttered out, neither picked it up, both trembling and cringing with worry. Finally, Will took a deep breath, made a grab for it, and started reading out loud.
“Dear Elizabeth and William,
You are two years overdue.”
About The Author:
Grace Ann Reynolds was eleven when she wrote this book, her first novel, Wednesday. She has wanted to write since she was three years old. In addition to writing, Grace Ann spends her time reading and Irish Dancing, and one day hopes to pursue writing as a full-time career, while dancing her heart out.
- First Edition
- 5.5x8.5, Paperback - Perfect Laminate Gloss, White Matte for Black and White, b&w interior, 150 pages