What if your first kiss was just plain awful? Virgin Kiss FREE today for “Do Something Nice Day”
Posted by Jina Bacarr
Be an Angel…Do Something Nice Day!
I’ve been posting about teenage angst…there’s nothing more angsty (if there is such a word) than that first kiss. So on Do Something Nice Day, I want to do something for you guys. Grab your FREE copy of VIRGIN KISS, a YA very short story. And don’t forget to do something nice today. Smile at your cranky boss, help the office gossip with her filing. Buy that handsome guy standing in line behind you at Starbucks a cup of coffee.
And don’t be surprised if you asks you for a date.
You never know. It could happen on Do Something Nice Day!
What if your first kiss, and I mean your VIRGIN KISS was just plain awful?
That’s what happened to Riley Murphy, a new student at Holywell High.
To overcome my shyness, my mom convinced me to try out for the Drama Club. Somehow I landed the leading role in a one-act Chekhov play. Yes, Chekhov. I played this mad, beautiful countess with passion and heart. I loved it. I came alive on stage. I could do anything, be anybody, say anything, I could—
—kiss the male lead?
A gangly sophomore named Luke Vanmeer with long greasy hair and an upper lip curled in a perpetual snarl? He was going to anoint my virgin lips with my first big kiss?
Forget the Altoids. I needed a stress pill.
I quit the play. They could find another dupe. Not me. I wasn’t going to let him use my lips for kissing practice.
Then I heard this little voice in my head telling me this was acting, right? Going through the motions at rehearsals and on stage didn’t count on the kissing scale. I could pucker up with him and still be a kissing virgin.
After that, I sailed through rehearsals, knowing my lines, and “connecting to my character,” according to the director, who insisted on method acting. That’s how the trouble started. We didn’t rehearse the kiss. He wanted a real kiss on stage, he said, not some phony smooch.
And check out the video with Riley:
If you love Civil War romance and time travel and TWO hunky military heroes, check out my Kindle Scout winner:
She wore gray.
He wore blue.
But their love defied the boundaries of war.
Posted on October 5, 2015, in art, author, books, Chekhov, drama, e-Books, hottie, Kindle, Kindle Press, kindle scout, KindleUnlimited, kiss, lipstick, military hero, play, romance, sweet romance, Uncategorized, video, Vimeo, writer, Writing and tagged angel, do something nice day, free, kiss, kissing, short story, virgin, YA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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