Kelly knows nothing lasts forever. And when she says “NOTHING” she does mean nothing. She tries to make it last but nothing stays forever. Kelly’s mom Eve got a new job. Now Eve is a schoolteacher. Kelly always asks Eve ‘’Why do you teach high school, not middle school.” But Kelly has other things to worry about. She is going into the 7th grade with Nicky, her sister. Nicky steals Kelly’s new friends she got last year. They were always making fun of her. Now her only friends are Beth and her boyfriend James. Beth’s mom is thinking to move to Arkansas, and now there’s James. Kelly keeps on thinking that James might move because NOTHING stays forever like Beth. She tells her self every night.
‘’Please make my mom’s job last forever. I CAN’T STAND everything going away. And John is getting bullied. He’s sick of it. And there a new student in his class named Ben and they became very good friends. People are picking on Ben now. And still John. It almost New Year.”
Nicky wants to change to be nicer and get better friends. Will she change…or be the same bad mean girl…
Book two of the sires!
Targeted Age Group:: 13
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“Beth, do you really have to leave? You’re my only friend at school,” I whined to Beth while she was putting her bags in the truck.
“I’m really sorry. I really don’t want to move. I want to stay in New York with you. Not Arkansas, not a new school.’’
“Can you come over on New Year’s so we can count down for the new year?” I asked.
“I don’t know. I really want to, but my mom might get friends and – you know what I mean, right?” Beth cut off her words and didn’t look at me as she continued to load her bags. [KR1]
“Yeah, I know what you’re trying to say. I wish you could stay. Why Arkansas? It’s so big and there are a lot of people,” I begged Beth.
She started to cry. “We have to stay in touch.”
“I promise,” I said.
Beth’s mom came out of the house and asked her if she was ready to go. My mom went to say bye to Beth’s mom.
Beth shouted, “I hate Arkansas already! There are a lot of rich people acting like they’re so cool when they’re not!”
“Beth!” shouted her mom. “Don’t say that. I got a job; we’re not moving for fun. I don’t want to move either, but I got a job.” She turned to talk to my mom, asking her how she liked being a school teacher and ignoring the rude comments that Beth keep on saying about Arkansas.
“Arkansas,” Beth mumbled to herself.
“I’m going to really miss you, Eve. Let’s stay in touch.” Beth’s mom told my mom.
“Same thing we said,” I mumbled.
“Of course we will,” my mom said.
I turned back to Beth. “Do you think Nicky will change and stop hanging out with Emily?”
“I don’t know. Maybe she just wants to be mean,” Beth said, looking at the ground and avoiding my eyes [KR2].
Beth’s mom broke into our conversation. “Beth, we have to go now. Goodbye, Eve.” Beth’s mom repeated the word bye several more times.
“Bye-bye, Beth. I’m going to miss you.” My words caught in my throat.
About the Author:
Ayah wrote and self published her first novel
“Forever Kelly Pose”
She writes about
young adult, adult, Contemporary, teenagers, drama.
“Forever Kelly Pose”
is the second book of the “Kelly Pose” series.
“Kelly Pose” is the first one in the sires.
is the third one.
And the last book of the sires is
Nicky talks about her crazy beginning as a
shoplifter and getting caught with her two
friends Sam and Alex.
And get in more trouble as they thought they would.
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