Meet My Main Characters

Get to know the people who star in my latest middle-grade drama:

Amy Williams: highly intelligent, great with computers, really good writer, enjoys reading and drawing and loves to play online games with her friends.   Loves skateboarding and sports. She has played soccer since she was 3. Gets along with everyone. Amy appears confident but has a lot of anxiety and worries about others opinions of her and how she is perceived by her peers.

Steve Barnes:  intelligent maybe not as smart as Amy but close, excels in technology.  Loves to play online games and write new code and create new apps for his phone. He plays soccer with Amy only because his father wants him to get off the computer.  HIs family and friends get frustrated because he is always late…he loses track of time working on his programming. Everyone in school wants him to help them block the nanny bots on their phones and computers.  His tech skills make him very popular with the kids in school.


Lucas Stewart; struggles in school but gets a lot of help from his friends Amy and Steve.  Loves to play sports including soccer, football, hockey, baseball, and basketball. He enjoys playing online games with Amy and Steve.  Lucas has a strong need to protect his friends and family. Everyone would say he is well liked but do not threaten his family or friends he has a high protective instinct and will hurt those who caused pain to anyone he cares about.  He has a lot of patience but his temper is a problem.

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