Desperately Seeking Cassie
‘A movie role is up for grabs!’
This was my booming message given in general commune over the text waves. ‘Mumble, mumble,’ was The Co’s response.
‘It comes with chocolate,’ I announced. Suddenly it was on for young and old. Even the ants got in on the picnic action. By the way, those ant bites are real. However, several Cassie wannabes did not make the short list – but thanks for volunteering, Mum.
It was a beautiful, sun shiny day down at the Gold Coast spit where this episode was filmed. The bright day had just as much to do with the atmosphere as it did with the climate, thanks to The Co. Every five weeks we get to enjoy the company of well, whoever turns up. The Co is a hoot in this week’s Reel Time. I love a good laugh like the next person, but side-splitting, breath-stopping convulsions are the limit.
Jasmine’s bestie, the incorrigible, in-your-face Cassie bounces into Reel Time fame in the flimsy guise of a movie audition. Four wonder-luscious fun-stars are up for the part. Channelling this character entails some serious chocolate eating, make up wearing, tell it as it is, opinionated self-expression. And when the movie moguls come sniffing for the next Cosmo’s Buster Movie, their little wet noses will be right on the money when I tell them – look no further for Cassie. That role is already under wraps.
Jasmine Neutron Star is the first book of the Star Ways Chronicles. It is a novel most suitable for young adult and teenager readers of speculative, fantasy / science fiction, urban fantasy. It is a humorous account of Jasmine’s first adventure into the world of light – Quanta. She is a spirem – a new kind of superhero – and perfect for the sphere of Terra.